Article 68. Owner’s Obligation to Provide Information
(1) An owner has to inform the association of its contact details, particularly its phone number and email address, if available.
(2) If the domicile/residence (in the case of an individual) or registered office (in the case of a legal entity) of the owner is different from the address of the unit, the owner has to also inform the association of the address of its domicile/residence or registered office, or another address for notifications.
(3) Unless the owner has informed the association of the address of their domicile/residence or registered office, or another address for notifications, the association is entitled to treat the address of the unit as the domicile/residence or registered office of the owner for the purpose of receiving notifications.
(4) If the allocation of any kind of expenses among owners depends on the number of people permanently living in the unit, the owner has to communicate the number of these people (adults and minors) upon each change or upon the request of the association’s administrator. Until the truthful communication of the number of people, the association’s administrator assigns an estimated number of people to the unit after consulting with neighbors or according to the average number of people within the condominium.