Definition : Personal information

All data specific to a natural person, regardless of its form and support, allowing his or her identification (e.g. an email address, a personal phone number, a driver license and a driver license number). In principle, the syndicate of co-owners cannot collect, use or disclose any personal information without the consent of the person concerned. It must, however, constitute and keep at the disposal of the co-owners a register containing the name and address of each co-owner and tenant.

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