Each community title must have by-laws that set out the obligations of the community corporation. These by-laws dictate how a community corporation can act, and how common areas can be used. A penalty can be incurred by an individual or by a community corporation that doesn't adhere to these by-laws.
The original by-laws document is held by the Land Titles Office (LTO) and can be varied by a special resolution at a community corporation meeting. The variation must be lodged at the LTO within 14 days of the resolution being passed.
At Optima Conveyancing we specialise in Community Title Applications including the preparation of By-Laws, Scheme Descriptions and Development contracts.