Week One Question: The Condo Law News: Change is in the Air Contest – 2016 Edition

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The Official Week One Question is:

What change has Bill 106 made to a condominium corporation’s ability to gain access to a unit in the event of an emergency?

a) A corporation must give at least two hours’ notice before gaining entry to unit.

b) A corporation can only enter the unit without prior notice if there is a provision allowing for such in the declaration or in a by-law of the corporation.

c) A corporation can only enter a unit without prior notice if the emergency is a fire or water incident

d) It is mandatory for a condominium’s bylaws to include a clause granting the corporation access without prior notice in the event of an emergency

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