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Page Background 56. (1)

The board may, by resolution, make, amend or repeal by-laws, not contrary to this

Act or to the declaration,

(a) to govern the number, qualification, nomination, election, resignation, removal, term

of office and remuneration of the directors, subject to subsection (2);

(b) to regulate board meetings, the form of board meetings and the quorum and functions

of the board;

(c) to provide that the quorum for the transaction of business at a meeting of owners is

those owners who own 33

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per cent of the units of the corporation, subject to

subsection 50 (2);

(d) to govern the appointment, remuneration, functions, duties, resignation and removal of

agents, officers and employees of the corporation and the security, if any, to be given

by them to it;

(e) subject to subsection (3), to authorize the borrowing of money to carry out the objects

and duties of the corporation;

(f) to authorize the corporation to object to assessments under the

Assessment Act

on

behalf of owners if it gives notice of the objections to the owners, and to authorize the

defraying of costs of objections out of the common expenses;

(g) to govern the assessment and collection of contributions to the common expenses;

(h) to establish what constitutes a standard unit for each class of unit specified in the by-

law for the purpose of determining the responsibility for repairing improvements after

damage and insuring them;

(i) to extend the circumstances described in subsection 105 (2) under which an amount

shall be added to the common expenses payable for an owner’s unit for the purposes

of subsection 105 (3);

(j) to govern the maintenance of the units and common elements;

(k) to restrict the use and enjoyment that persons other than occupants of the units may

make of the common elements and assets of the corporation, subject to any agreement

made by the corporation with respect to the use and enjoyment of its common

elements and assets that it shares with another person;

(l) to govern the management of the property;

(m) to govern the use and management of the assets of the corporation;

(n) to specify duties of the corporation in addition to the duties set out in this Act and the

declaration;

(o) to establish the procedure with respect to the mediation of disputes or disagreements

between the corporation and the owners for the purpose of section 125 or 132; or

(p) to govern the conduct generally of the affairs of the corporation. 1998, c. 19, s. 56 (1).

Remuneration of directors

(2)

A by-law relating to the remuneration of directors shall fix the remuneration and the