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(d) call upon any expert for the assistance that the person considers necessary in

conducting the audit. 1998, c. 19, s. 44 (6).

No obstruction

(7)

No person shall obstruct a person who is exercising powers under this section or

provide false information or refuse to provide information to the person. 1998, c. 19, s. 44 (7).

Contents

(8)

The person who conducts a performance audit shall prepare a written report that

includes,

(a) a copy of the person’s certificate of authorization within the meaning of the

Professional Engineers Act

or certificate of practice within the meaning of the

Architects Act

, as the case may be;

(b) details of the inspection and findings made by the person in the course of conducting

the audit;

(c) a statement that the person has reviewed all final reports described in clause (5) (c);

(d) a copy of the survey described in clause (5) (d) and a summary of the results of it;

(e) the determination that subsection (4) requires the person to make; and

(f) all other material that the regulations made under this Act require. 1998, c. 19,

s. 44 (8).

Submission of report

(9)

Before the end of the 11th month following the registration of the declaration and

description, the person who conducts a performance audit shall,

(a) submit the report to the board; and

(b) file the report with the Corporation within the meaning of the

Ontario New Home

Warranties Plan Act

if the property is subject to that Act. 1998, c. 19, s. 44 (9).

Claim under other Act

(10)

The filing of the report with the Corporation within the meaning of the

Ontario New

Home Warranties Plan Act

shall be deemed to constitute a notice of claim that the corporation

gives to the Corporation within the meaning of that Act under the regulations made under that

Act for the deficiencies disclosed in the report. 1998, c. 19, s. 44 (10).

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WNERS

Meetings

45. (1)

Subject to the other requirements of this Act, anything that this Act requires to be

approved by a vote of any of the owners shall be approved only at a meeting of owners duly

called for that purpose. 1998, c. 19, s. 45 (1).

Annual general meeting

(2)

The board shall hold a general meeting of owners not more than three months after the

registration of the declaration and description and subsequently within six months of the end of

each fiscal year of the corporation. 1998, c. 19, s. 45 (2).

Matters for annual general meeting