If you've already signed a contract they may be no requirement to provide you with the minutes.
There may be an alternative way to get them if the developer will not cooperate. Sounds like there may be something to hide. Make sure to get the minutes before you close or if you haven't already signed, before you sign.
Hope this helps.
All my best,
You do need a valid, binding contract, executed and you may need to submit a complete condo application.
Then you are in the ballgame!
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