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  1. “pure heart and empty head” standard.
    Subjective and objective components: “honesty in fact” is subjective, i.e. whether the individual knew, as a factual matter, that the action was within the authority of the owners corporation.
    While “reasonable management standard” imposes an additional objective standard, i.e. whether the individual’s actions were consistent with expectation of care envisaged by the legislature.

    Acting in good faith arguably means acting in accordance with the Act so if a SC member has an ’empty head’ then s 260 might not save them no matter how well believed their intentions were.

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