Definition : Condo manager

An individual or a legal person mandated by the syndicate of co-owners to take care of the day to day management of the immovable. Its office is generally under the authority of the Board of Directors. The manager acts as the administrator of the property of others charged with simple administration. His contract determines the scope of his rights and obligations.

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Usually declarations of co-ownership list the patrimony of the syndicate of co-owners. Among the items owned by the syndicate is the register of co-ownership. It contains all the syndicate's archives, such as the declaration of co-ownership, the up-to-date list of co-owners and tenants of the immovable and the minutes, enabling it to carry out its mission adequately. The co-owners must have access to this register, which can be entrusted to a director or a manager.
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Article 1085 of the Civil Code of Québec authorizes your Board of Directors to entrust a portion of its duties to a manager. The latter can be retained to manage the immovable which entails overseeing its preservation and maintenance, execute the decisions of the Board of Directors, settle major losses, subscribe and maintain the necessary  insurance  of your syndicate, and  enforce the By-Law of the immovable
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Il incombe au conseil d’administration de procéder à l’administration de la copropriété tant sur les plans administratif, financier et technique. Pour mener à bien sa mission, le Code civil du Québec permet que l’administration courante du syndicat puisse être confiée à un gérant (gestionnaire), choisi ou non parmi les copropriétaires.
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Dans les copropriétés d’une certaine envergure, il n’est pas rare que le syndicat de copropriété engage un concierge qui, souvent, résidera dans une des unités d’habitation, spécialement mise à sa disposition, gratuitement ou moyennant un loyer.
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