Right from the start, each owner has the right to use not only their fraction but also the common parts of the building. On the other hand, it is up to him to participate in the management of the condominium, voting on the deliberations at the joint-owners meeting.
The duties of the tenant are:
Nowadays it is very simple to act against a condominium owner who does not pay the contributions to which he is obliged with the condominium. The administrator simply takes a certified photocopy of the minutes of the meeting that has decided the amount of the contributions due to the condominium or any expenses necessary for the conservation and use of the common parts, and resort to the services of a lawyer to bring an executive action in the judicial court of the area. against the owner who does not pay his share, within the established period.
All works that represent an innovation in the building, including those that modify its architectural line or its aesthetic arrangement, can only be completed if they are authorized by a majority of 2/3 of the votes of the total value of the building. Any tenant can join two or more fractions of the same building, as long as they are contiguous, without the authorization of the remaining tenants. However, one cannot divide a fraction into two or more, unless the constitutive title allows it to do so, or, if all the tenants, without exception, authorize it. It is necessary to take into account that, regardless of whether or not approval by the joint owners of the works in the fraction, all works that imply changes must be previously licensed by the respective City Council. The use of fractions can never be changed without the agreement of all the tenants and the respective council license.
Source: Condominium Guide