Act by which a party officially brings to the attention of another party, through a bailiff, a document such as a notice of default, a proceeding or a judgment. This is referred to as a "service" of the document. Notification may also be made by mail, public notice, delivery of the document or other technological means.
The failure to pay general or special common expenses (condo fees) is one of the most contentious co-ownership’s issues. It is the duty of the board of directors of the syndicate of co-owners to collect them, unless this task has been delegated to the condo manager.
When a co-owner's contributions have been in arrears for more than three months, the law provides, ex officio, that he automatically loses his right to vote at the general meetings of the co-owners. He is also exposed to legal recourses, so that the syndicate can recover the amounts owing. A review of the options in such cases.