In the recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision of Omotayo v. Da Costa, the Court dealt with a motion by the condominium to dismiss the claim of Jacqueline Omotayo, against the condominium for failing to protect her from assault by a fellow meeting participant, Jose Da Costa (who was also a named defendant), at a board meeting. Continue reading “Condominium Not Liable for Assault at Board Meeting”
In the recent case of Toronto Condominium Corp 1462 v Dangubic, the condominium corporation registered a lien against an owner’s unit for recovery of legal costs incurred by the corporation in relation to “compliance letters” sent by the corporation’s legal counsel to the owner. The Court confirmed that the condominium corporation was entitled to recover these amounts as additional common expenses pursuant to indemnification provisions contained in the corporation’s Declaration and By-laws.
There has been a lot of discussion recently about the Phase 1 amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998. Click here for Jim Davidson’s previous article in Condo Contact describing those changes. But what hasn’t received as much attention are some of the lesser known – but still important – amendments, which are as follows: Continue reading “Some Condo Act Phase I Amendment Tidbits”
As electric vehicles become more prominent on our roads, demand for charging stations in condominiums will undoubtedly increase. We are now seeing more and more new condominiums with dedicated electric vehicle charging stations. But what about existing condominiums? Continue reading “New Regulations Will Arrive on May 1st Respecting Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Condominiums”
There are two important deadlines coming up at the end of March for those working in the condominium industry. Continue reading “The Extended Deadlines for Condominium Manager Applications and Condominium Returns are Fast Approaching!”