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I am having trouble finding the practical application of the phrase “which the Owners’ Corporation may not unreasonably refuse”, for ex. in the context of an application for minor renovations.
The way I see it, an application for minor renovations is made, the OC is asked to vote on it. The votes total up in favour or against the application. So the application is refused or accepted, but I don’t see in which case an owner could say their application was “unreasonably refused” by the OC since each vote came from a separate owner, each having their own reasons to vote for or against. I fail to see how the Owners Corporation as a whole can be said to “unreasonably refuse” since no one has the reason for the way each owner cast their ballot.
Can anyone clarify with examples pls?
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