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Can a decision taken at a general condominium meeting be challenged?

Verified 25 June 2020 - Directorate for Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

A decision may be contested on substantive grounds (example: decision that is contrary to the condominium rules) or form (example: decision not included in the agenda).

Only a co-owner failing or opponent may challenge a decision taken at a general meeting.

For this, it must court within 2 months from notification from minutes of the general assembly..

This notification must be made by the trustee within 1 month of the holding of the general meeting.

Appeal must be brought against the syndicate of co-owners..

If the court rules in favor of the co-owner, it shall set aside the decision and may grant damages..

Otherwise, the co-owner may be ordered to pay damages if he improperly seizes the court.