Definition : Board of directors

One of the two decision-making bodies of the syndicate, its duty is to manage the affairs of the co-ownership and to exercise all of the powers necessary to this end. The Board of Directors holds the powers and assumes the duties allocated by the declaration of co-ownership (Constituting Act) and the Law. It oversees the compliance to the declaration of co-ownership by the co-owners and the preservation and the maintenance of the immovable

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  The Board of Directors is one of the two decision-making bodies of the syndicate. Composed of one or more directors, its duty is to administer, manage and ensure the preservation of the immovable. Its operation and decision making process are governed by the declaration of co-ownership. An overview of the various specific facets of the Board of directors.
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