The S.R.U. Act. (Solidarity Urban Renewal) Act of 13 December 2000 and the E.L.A.N. Act on the evolution of housing, planning and digital technology of 23 November 2018 make numerous changes to the operating rules of condominiums that were previously in force. In order to avoid that these new rules are not integrated into the existing co-ownership by-laws, the legislator wished to set up a procedure to bring them into conformity.

Indeed, experience has shown the difficulty of modifying or recasting co-ownership by-laws, the majority rules required being such that a quasi-systematic blocking was ensured.

In order to simplify this procedure, the legislator added an Article 49 to the law of 10 July 1965. This provision makes it possible to recast co-ownership regulations by a simple majority.

It is important to specify that this bringing into conformity concerns of course the new provisions introduced by the S.R.U. law, but also the modifications made by previous laws, in particular the law of 31 December 1985, which have not been taken into account.

It is customary for the Notary to be entrusted with the mission of bringing the co-ownership regulations into conformity or amending them, even though the latter have expressed strong reluctance to do so. However, no obligation imposes this solution, except for the publication of the deed in the Mortgage Register.

This is why our firm, which has acquired adequate equipment, offers to take on this task, and to accompany you in carrying it out.

Drafting and compliance of condomium by-laws