The responsibility of the liquidator and the condominium administrator
Managing a condominium is a task that requires the effort of several parties, mainly the condominium manager. Therefore, in order for the parties involved in the condominium routine to be aware of their real role in the administration of the condominium, it is necessary to understand what are the responsibilities and duties of everyone who make up its management, that is, the superintendent and administrator.
Therefore, with the objective of unraveling the function of each pillar for good condominium management, we have developed this text. Read and understand the responsibility of each one of them.
Liability of the liquidator
The liquidator's legal duties can be found in the Civil Code, more precisely in Article 1348.
The superintendent is responsible for all living in the condominium, including health, safety, harmony, authority, legal issues, among other duties. That is, it is the liquidator's responsibility to supervise and update from the maintenance of a pool filter to the orientation or authorization of a service performed by third parties. In cases associated with covid-19 in the condominium, the liquidator's responsibility is to interpret the laws that are tangible to the public environment and adapt them to the condominium environment.
For more urgent measures, such as combating covid-19, it is necessary for the condominium manager to use common sense and take appropriate measures immediately, as it is not possible to wait for a specific law for such problem to be approved at a condominium meeting. Therefore, the liquidator must be attentive to the needs of the condominium environment and act quickly and accurately. For Dr. Márcio Rachkorsky, a lawyer specializing in condominiums, these are the three main virtues of a good liquidator:
Think of the collective interest to the detriment of personal interest;
Being able to use technology to your advantage.
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Responsibility of the administrator
The administrator's responsibility is to provide technical support so that the liquidator together with his team is able to make a good management. Therefore, the administrator is responsible for the contractual obligations that she has committed to the condominium.
For the administrator to serve as the liquidator's best helper, it is important that she consider technological solutions. As mentioned above, a good condominium manager must be able to use technology to his advantage. With this in mind, the administrator, as she is responsible for providing technical support to the liquidator, must be able to offer him condominium technological tools and methods to facilitate and optimize the management work.
In general, it is noteworthy to say that the liquidator is responsible for the general aspects that involve the entire management of the condominium. The administrator, on the other hand, functions as the manager's technical arm limited to contractual conditions.
The role in technology
The superintendent and the administrator are the main pillars of good condominium management and can have their work maximized when they are guided by technological resources.
No one else wants an accountability folder with hundreds of pages. It's time to finish the paperwork! Currently, tenants require all their information in real time from their liquidator. This is possible to be done through a digital library, where everything about the management of the condominium is made available in an online environment (accounting, trial balance, copy of contracts, accounts etc.).
This is an advantage that can be offered to residents through online condominium software or even through an application for condominiums. It is worth pointing out that this type of technology is even more advantageous in the home office or in any situation where physical presence is obstructed, serving as a platform for, for example, the execution of online meetings.
Therefore, the technology combined with the administrator makes all the difference for the liquidator to make a smooth management. This is because with the right tools, the relationship between the owner and the superintendent will be one of transparency and trust, in addition to making management processes more efficient.