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  • Maintenance and Repair Responsibilities Table

    Does your corporation have a maintenance and repair responsibilities table? A maintenance and repair responsibilities table is a document which sets out what owners are responsible to maintain and repair after damage and what the Corporation is responsible for. Section 43 of the Condominium Act, 199 … Read more »

  • Don’t Forget the Accompanying Statement!

    Don’t Forget the Accompanying Statement! Records requested by owners are often redacted as they contain unit-specific information, information pertaining to employees, litigation, or solicitor-client privilege. Pursuant to section 55(4)(c) of the Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”), the right to exami … Read more »

  • Efficiency Retrofits for Condos – Free Upcoming Webinar – 1.0 CPE credit

    We’re pleased to be hosting an upcoming webinar on efficiency retrofits for condos on June 25. The webinar has been pre-approved for 1.0 CPE credit by CMRAO. Tailored to cover important issues and benefits for condos, the workshop aims to give managers and directors the tools they need to start cons … Read more »

  • Recent Article in CondoBusiness on Electric Vehicles

    “The electric vehicle landscape is complex, ever-changing and at the cutting edge of technology. For condominium corporations and their owners, this means that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Unfortunately, the current iteration of the condominium legislation in Ontario, the Condominium Act, … Read more »

  • The Cost of Saving Money – CAI Luncheon!

    Striking the balance between saving costs and keeping common expenses stable and ensuring a condo corporation is adequately maintained is a difficult task for boards and managers. For instance, sometimes delaying an important reserve fund project or failing to address a building deficiency may resul … Read more »