Definition : Request for information to the syndicate of co-ownership (DRCOP)

A standard form of the “Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec” (Québec Real-Estate Brokerage Self-Governing Agency) recommends that it be remitted by the real-estate brokers  to a syndicate of co-owners to obtain information on the immovable and its administration. This form must be signed by the owner-vendor and by a duly authorized representative of the board of directors.

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