A standard form of the “Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec” (Québec Real-Estate Brokerage Self-Governing Agency) used by real-estate brokers to ask a syndicate of co-owners to supply certain information on the immovable and its management.
It is not compulsory to retain the services of a real-estate broker (real-estate agent).
This being said, unless you are capable of handling on your own the purchase or the sale of a condo, and investing a lot of your time and efforts and possess specific knowledge in relevant fields, it is in your best interest to be assisted by a competent real-estate broker.
I want to buy a condo, but I am aware that for the most part the documents necessary for an informed purchase are in the register of the co-ownership.
Question: How can I access the register of the co-ownership? Is it for me or the seller to ask? If I have to take care of it, can I do it alone or do I need a third person to accompany me through this process?
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