Condo property manager overstepping her authority?
October 13, 2009 6:43 PM Subscribe
My condo suddenly wants me to sign an agreement saying I will abide by their draconian rules and provide a tonne of personal data to them. This is all under the guise that they are creating 'files' for residents for access to the building. Is this legal?
posted by urbanette to law & government (10 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I'm renting from an owner in a condo building in Ontario. Over the past few months, the new property manager has exhibited major control freak tendencies - there are notices about some perceived problem posted in the elevators every other day. Recently all residents received a form that we were 'required to' fill in. The form asks for you name, but all sorts of other personal details, email, job etc. There isn't any privacy or usage policy presented.
The form also has a spot for you to sign that says you agree to abide by the condo 'rules' a copy of which I have not seen since 2005. This all strikes me as odd - I think the agreement should be between my landlord and myself.
There are omnious notes about residents not being able to access their 'file' under the new 'entry system' whatever that means.
This seems rather intrusive and odd. What are my rights as a tenant?