When you purchase a condo one of the things you agree to abide to is the rules and regulations (by-laws) of that particular condo association. By-laws can also be changed with a specific set of legal events over the years as owner's needs change. This is one of the things condo owner's must carefully consider prior to purchase; you are one of the whole, not the sole decision maker as you would be in a single family house.. For example if the condo has a pool, and you choose never to use the pool, as a condo owner you are still required to pay for the pool. I would request a copy of the by-law stating that the cable charge is payable by each condo owner in your community. You can certainly consult with an attorney but cost wise it may be more practical to simply pay the cable fee.
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