Implementing decisions or having them implemented and monitoring
The general meeting is the decision-making body within a co-ownership. The decisions duly taken during the meeting will be binding for every co-owner, including those who did not agree or were absent. The property administrator will implement the decisions made in accordance with the instructions of the general meeting. However, the legislator has granted those co-owners who believe that a decision made by the general meeting was irregular, unjustified or fraudulent the right of recourse to the Justice of the Peace. If, for example, a co-owner believes that a decision made was fraudulent, he or she can seek redress by going to the Justice of the Peace within 4 months of the date of the meeting. Syncura's lawyers will gladly provide more information on this.