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  • How to Read the Condo Act

    I sometimes receive emails or calls from owners and directors who disagree with my opinion on an issue because they have read the Condominium Act, 1998, and misinterpreted part of it. Once I explain the relevant part of the Act … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Can Your Condo Opt-Out of the Act?

    I have heard of situations where a condominium wants to avoid a requirement of the Act for one reason or another. Often the desire is to avoid the costs associated with the requirement. Other times the desire appears to be … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Latest Order Allows Virtual Condo Meetings

    One of the busiest times of year for annual general meetings (“AGMs”) normally begins in mid-April and lasts until the end of June. This period of time is normally when condominiums with December 31 year-ends hold their AGMs. Unfortunately, many … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • COVID-19 Update: New Financial Option for Condominiums

    On March 21, 2020, we published a post entitled COVID-19 Update: Virtual Meetings, Condo Fees, and Liens. We suggested some ways in which condominiums could lessen the burden on owners who may be struggling to pay their condo fees, such … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • CAT Says Being Self-Managed is Not an Excuse

    In a recent decision the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) was asked to rule on an owner’s request for records. The owner requested several records, including audited financial statements, budgets, board meeting minutes, AGM minutes, the most recent PIC, by-laws, employment agreements … Continue … Read more »