In the recent case of Kovaleva v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation 1000, the former President of the condominium corporation had made a claim to the Human Rights Tribunal in which she alleged that she had been removed (by the Board) from the office of the President and as a signing officer based on prohibited grounds under the Human Rights Code. She claimed that the actions of the Board had been discriminatory. Continue reading “Some Human Rights News for Condominium Corporations”
In the case of Peel Condominium Corporation No. 315 v. City of Brampton, the City’s Committee of Adjustment had granted a condominium owner’s request for a minor variance from the zoning by-law (in terms of the required parking on the property). The facts were as follows: Continue reading “Recent Case Respecting Owner’s Application for Minor Variance”
In a condominium context, one of the biggest problems when a dispute arises between neighbors, between a unit owner and the Board, or between neighboring condominiums, can be the cost of the dispute.
Continue reading “What’s The Best Way To Resolve A Condominium Dispute?”
If you haven’t heard yet, the CMRAO has just extended the deadline for condominium managers to apply for their licence to March 30, 2018. So any condominium managers that have not yet been able to submit the licence application, now is the time to do so. Continue reading “The CMRAO’s Licence Deadline for Managers Has Been Extended To March 30, 2018”
If you haven’t seen it circulating yet, the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) has put together a helpful PowerPoint with information about its functions. Our readers, specifically property managers and directors, might find this tool useful for owners meetings if owners have questions about the CAO. Continue reading “Wondering About The CAO’s Role?”