After a condominium owner built a backyard bridge over the common elements adjacent to the owner`s unit without obtaining the condominium corporation`s agreement, the corporation sought a court order requiring the owner to enter into an agreement pursuant to Section 98. (D.C.C No. 43 v. Bradley) There are two different options when it comes to section 98 agreements. In some cases, only one owner can enter into an agreement with the company. Sometimes the agreement covers a proposed amendment, for example. B the installation of a ramp or pool, while at other times the agreement covers all changes made by the owner as long as the conditions of section 98 are met (i.e. the agreement of the council). The main advantage of these agreements is that they can be adapted to the circumstances…