All elements attached to a person, which are part of his private life, and to which, at least in principle, third parties do not have access. Privacy is protected by, without limitation, the Civil Code of Québec, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms.
The desire to preserve the safety of people and property can lead both syndicates and co-owners to consider the installation of surveillance cameras in the building. However, the question of the legality of such installations raises several debates in co-ownership. It should be noted that surveillance cameras are used in many buildings, although they do not please everyone, especially the occupants of the building who claim the right to privacy.
However, are surveillance cameras in a co-ownership legal? And if so, is there a procedure to follow?