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- The New Three P’s?
If you live in or work for condominiums you’ve heard of the three p’s: people, pets and parking. These are three of the most common sources of problems in condominiums. (It really boils down to one problem – people – … Continue reading → … Read more »
- Get to Know the Team: Michelle Kelly
This post is a little different than most on this blog. This is the first in a new series, Get to Know the Team, where we will introduce you to the members of our condominium law team. First up is … Continue reading → … Read more »
- A Warning to Owners Leasing their Units
A recent case provides a warning to owners leasing their units. Briefly, the facts are as follows. A unit owner leased her unit to a tenant. The tenant “did not live harmoniously with his neighbours” and was in constant conflict with … Continue reading → … Read more »
- Summer Reading: Condo Authority Tribunal (CAT) Edition
On April 11, 2019, I wrote about some of the Condo Authority Tribunal (CAT) decisions so far. Some of the highlights include the dismissal of claims that were vexatious, the adoption of the “open book” principle enumerated in previous case … Continue reading → … Read more »
- Ready, Set, Action: Are In-Camera Minutes a Record of the Condo?
Many condominiums have private sessions during board meetings where they discuss more sensitive issues involving unit owners, employees, or litigation. These are often referred to as “in-camera” sessions. Owners, apart from the directors and officers, would not be eligible to … Continue reading → … Read more »