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Frequently asked questions > Co-ownership/Condominium > Syndicate of co-owners > Is it recommended to the provisional directors of the syndicate of co-owners to claim common expenses to the co-owners?

Is it recommended to the provisional directors of the syndicate of co-owners to claim common expenses to the co-owners?

The common expenses are defined in the declaration of co-ownership and established during the first meeting of the syndicate of co-owners. It is however advantageous for the syndicate to claim these common expenses, especially at the time of starting up the syndicate, an operation which can cause certain legal fees. The provisional directors should provide a date when the first common expenses will become due in order to avoid indebtedness of the syndicate, the manager of the divided co-ownership. All the co-owners registered at this date will have to contribute to this fund, the developer still owner of some units being called to contribute in the same way than the other co-owners in proportion to the units which he still holds.

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