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  • What is Your Favourite Law Blog? My Clawbies nominations.

    This post is not about condo law. It contains my Clawbies nominations for 2018. Read on if you want to know which law blogs are my favourite ones (after Condo Adviser, naturally….). If law blogs were somewhat of a novelty a decade ago, they have now become an inescapable part of the cyber landscape … Read more »

  • How Long Must Condos Retain Corporate Records?

    One of the many objectives behind the amendments to the Condo Act was to maintain and strengthen the “open books” principle by making an easier path for unit owners to access corporate records.  The new Act also provided much needed guidance by identify many (but not all) of the corporate records as … Read more »

  • Condo Owner not Allowed to Get 20-year old Board Minutes

    Board minutes are important documents as they are often the only way owners can get insight into what decisions are taken by the board of directors. The Condo Tribunal was asked to determine whether an owner was entitled to get 20 year old board minutes. In the Bossio case, an owner sought to obtain … Read more »

  • Do You Know What it Takes to be a Condo Director?

    Condo directors are elected by the owners to manage the assets of the corporation. They are an integral and essential part of how condos operate and how they are governed. In November 2017, Ontario significantly amended the Condominium Act. We’ve blogged a lot about these changes and how they impact … Read more »

  • Loophole Around Mandatory Condo Director Training?

    In one of our recent posts, we discussed the consequences for directors who fail to take the mandatory condo director training within the allotted time. A few readers wondered whether they had found a loophole around this obligation. Today, we thought we’d share it with you. Mandatory training Our r … Read more »

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