Definition : Senior officer

Natural person, generally appointed by the board of directors, who assumes certain official functions within the co-ownership. He may represent the syndicate of co-owners to the extent of the powers vested in them by law, the constituting act or the by-laws. The president, the secretary and the treasurer are considered Senior officers.

 

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