Same, proposed by-law(11)
Despite subsection (10), a by-law proposed by the declarant before the registration of
the declaration and description shall be effective until it is replaced or confirmed by a by-law of
the corporation that takes effect in accordance with subsection (10). 1998, c. 19, s. 56 (11).
Occupancy standards by-law57. (1)
Subject to section 56, the board may, by resolution, make, amend or repeal by-
laws not contrary to this Act or the declaration that establish standards for the occupancy of units
of the corporation for residential purposes. 1998, c. 19, s. 57 (1).
The standards shall be,
(a) the occupancy standards contained in a by-law passed by the council of a municipality
in which the land of the corporation is situated; or
(b) subject to the regulations made under this Act, standards that are not more restrictive
than standards that are in accordance with the maximum occupancy for each unit
based on the maximum occupancy for which the building in which the units are
located is designed. 1998, c. 19, s. 57 (2).
A by-law passed under subsection (1) may prohibit persons from occupying units of
the corporation that do not comply with the standards set out in the by-law. 1998, c. 19, s. 57 (3).
If the board has passed a by-law under subsection (1) and a person contravenes the
standards for the occupancy of a unit set out in the by-law, the board may, by resolution, levy
against the unit,
(a) an assessment for the amount that reasonably reflects the amount by which the
contravention increases the cost of maintaining the common elements and repairing
them after damage; and
(b) an assessment for the amount that reasonably reflects the amount by which the
contravention increases the cost of using the utilities that form part of the common
expenses. 1998, c. 19, s. 57 (4).
Part of common expenses(5)
The assessments mentioned in subsection (4) shall form part of the contribution to the
common expenses payable for the unit. 1998, c. 19, s. 57 (5).
The board may make, amend or repeal rules respecting the use of common
elements and units to,
(a) promote the safety, security or welfare of the owners and of the property and assets of
the corporation; or
(b) prevent unreasonable interference with the use and enjoyment of the common
elements, the units or the assets of the corporation. 1998, c. 19, s. 58 (1).
Rules to be reasonable