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Requiring mandatory qualifications for condominium managers

Canada - July 18 2013 On July 18, 2013, the Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services issued a news release confirming that Ontario is working to introduce mandatory...


How can condo directors avoid personal liability?

Canada - July 8 2013 We have, in the recent past, blogged about the Boily case. In this Ottawa case, a board of directors was found to be in contempt of court and was...


Directors found to be in contempt ordered to pay $96,000 in legal fees

Canada - May 1 2013 We previously blogged about the Boily case involving a dispute between some owners and the directors of a Condominium complex in Ottawa. This dispute...


Directors found to be in contempt of a court order

Canada - March 18 2013 In a previous post, we reported on the Boily v. CCC 145 case, where a board of directors was ordered to reinstate the prior landscape of the...


Special assessments: the board has the last word

Canada - February 20 2013 One of our previous posts stressed the importance for condominium corporations to keep a healthy reserve fund. However, sometimes a board of...