A common property rights by-law is a special type of by-law that confers on the owner of a lot special privileges over common property such as exclusive use of part of common property.
While a by-law normally can be made, amended or repealed by a special resolution passed by an owners corporation’s general meeting, a common property rights by-law can only be made, amended or repealed with the prior written consent of the owner of the lot benefited by that by-law.
However, there is one exception to the need to obtain that consent.
So, what is that one exception Common Property Rights By-law
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