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Article 63. Transparency of Association Documents

(1) Unless otherwise provided by the general meeting’s resolution, an association must maintain an online platform that can be accessed at any time by owners to freely access at least the following documents in text form:
a) the charter of the association with all amendments, in the form in which they were submitted for state registration;
b) if the charter has been amended, the consolidated version of the association’s charter, prepared and signed by the association’s administrator for compliance;
c) the association’s regulations;
d) minutes of the association’s general meetings;
e) the list of units (without indicating the owner’s name) whose owners have overdue and unpaid debts to the association;
f) the list of litigations involving the association;
g) the turnover of the association’s bank accounts;
h) contracts concluded by the association;
i) annual summary sheets.

(2) If the documents contain personal data, the association’s administrator shall remove such data from the version placed on the platform. The number of a unit or its cadastral number does not constitute the personal data of the owner.

(3) If an owner submits any request to the association, they implicitly consent to the disclosure of the request to the association’s bodies and owners.

(4) The association may not invoke commercial secrecy against the condominium owner or the association’s bodies regarding the association’s documents and information. Terms of contracts and other legal documents to which the association is a party are null to the extent that they contradict the provisions of this paragraph.

LPA C civ, art. 29 [Statutory Building Right over Public Rent and Royalty]

Article 100. Making of Registrations and Notations