Exclusive Use & Special Privilege By-Laws. What is the difference?

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An Owners Corporation may, by special resolution, grant an Exclusive Use or Special Privilege By-Law.

  • An Exclusive Use By-Law gives the lot the right to exclusive use and enjoyment of the whole or any specified part of the common property. ie – The lot is allowed to exclusively use the courtyard.
  • A Special Privilege By-Law gives the lot the right in respect of the whole or any specified part of the common property. ie – The lot has been given the right to put up a sign on a common property wall. There may be other signs on this wall, they do not have exclusivity of the wall.

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