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Page Background 117.

No person shall permit a condition to exist or carry on an activity in a unit or in the

common elements if the condition or the activity is likely to damage the property or cause injury

to an individual. 1998, c. 19, s. 117.

Entry by canvassers

118.

No corporation or employee or agent of a corporation shall restrict reasonable access

to the property by candidates, or their authorized representatives, for election to the House of

Commons, the Legislative Assembly or an office in a municipal government or school board if

access is necessary for the purpose of canvassing or distributing election material. 1998, c. 19,

s. 118.

Compliance with Act

119. (1)

A corporation, the directors, officers and employees of a corporation, a declarant,

the lessor of a leasehold condominium corporation, an owner, an occupier of a unit and a person

having an encumbrance against a unit and its appurtenant common interest shall comply with this

Act, the declaration, the by-laws and the rules. 1998, c. 19, s. 119 (1).

Responsibility for occupier

(2)

An owner shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that an occupier of the owner’s unit

and all invitees, agents and employees of the owner or occupier comply with this Act, the

declaration, the by-laws and the rules. 1998, c. 19, s. 119 (2).

Right against owner

(3)

A corporation, an owner and every person having a registered mortgage against a unit

and its appurtenant common interest have the right to require the owners and the occupiers of

units to comply with this Act, the declaration, the by-laws and the rules. 1998, c. 19, s. 119 (3).

Proposed unit

(4)

Until the declarant registers a declaration and description and the by-laws and rules of

the corporation come into force, an occupier of a proposed unit shall comply with this Act, the

declaration and the by-laws and rules proposed by the declarant; the declarant shall take all

reasonable steps to ensure that the occupier complies with this section. 1998, c. 19, s. 119 (4).

Right against occupier

(5)

Until the declarant registers a declaration and description and the by-laws and rules of

the corporation come into force, an occupier of a proposed unit has the right to require the

occupiers of the other units in the proposed corporation to comply with this Act, the declaration

and the by-laws and rules proposed by the declarant. 1998, c. 19, s. 119 (5).

PART VII

AMALGAMATION

Amalgamation

120. (1)

Subject to the regulations made under this Act, two or more leasehold

condominium corporations or two or more freehold condominium corporations of the same type

may amalgamate by registering a declaration and description amalgamating the corporations if,

(a) the board of each amalgamating corporation has held a meeting in accordance with

subsections (2) and (3);

(b) the owners of at least 90 per cent of the units of each corporation as of the date of that