The period at the end of which a person acquires property in full ownership or a dismemberment of the right of ownership (acquisitive prescription) or is released from an obligation (extinctive prescription). The acquisitive and extinctive prescription periods are 10 years, except as otherwise determined by law. This is the case, without limitation, for an action for defamation which is prescribed by one year from the day the defamed person learned of the defamation and for an action to enforce a personal right or movable real right which is prescribed by three years.
Co-ownership is an environment conducive to conflict and acrimonious exchanges. Some people who are members of a community of co-owners are sometimes victims. This can happen at an annual meeting, when spirits are heating up and frustrations are at their peak. Latent conflicts between a co-owner and a director, deep disagreement about a resolution put to the vote, excesses following an unbearable tension are all examples that illustrate that in such situations, defamatory or insulting remarks can be expressed.
Co-ownership is not always a long quiet river
Life in co-ownership is not always easy. Never mind, we must remain calm in all circumstances, in order to avoid unproductive slippages that could lead to the court. Whether expressed consciously or not, defamatory statements and their consequences vary according to various criteria. Legally speaking at least. It is better to avoid being prosecuted for this reason, because it would result in a toxic climate in the building, not to mention possible sequelae that would poison the lives of the people concerned.