In an earlier blog post this week, we mentioned that the repeal of the Green Energy Act on January 1, 2019, did away with the requirement for condominiums in Ontario to report their energy and water use.
Well…that was wishful thinking on our part unfortunately! Continue reading “Correction: Although the Green Energy Act is Repealed, Condominium Obligations to Report Energy and Water Use Remain”
In two Condominium Authority Tribunal decisions released in November, financial penalties of $500.00 were imposed on the condominium corporations involved for their failure to produce records that the Tribunal felt should have been provided to the owners. Continue reading “The Cost of Failing to Produce Records”
Last week, we wrote a blog post about Senneck v. Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 116: an Ontario Superior Court case that resulted in costly litigation between a difficult unit owner and a condominium corporation.
Following that decision, the Condominium Authority Tribunal has released a decision involving the same parties. Continue reading “Vexatious Litigant Not Precluded From Accessing Condominium Authority Tribunal”
The release of a costs decision by Justice Sheard of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has finally put an end to a very costly dispute between a condominium corporation and a difficult unit owner. Continue reading “Dispute Over Flower Box Leads to Expensive Litigation”
Coming amendments to Section 84 of the Condominium Act will give owners new rights to challenge chargebacks. By way of summary, owners will have new procedures by which to “appeal” chargebacks to the new Condominium Authority Tribunal (which I think will be possible in most cases) or to the Courts.
Continue reading “Collecting Chargebacks Will Soon Become More Of A Challenge”