As our readers are no doubt aware, the advice from public authorities in relation to face masks has been variable. At some times we have been told that face masks should be worn (in order to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19). At other times we have been told that face masks are not helpful. Continue reading “What About Requiring That Face Masks Be Worn on the Common Elements?”
Because of the recent changes to physical distancing and permitted gatherings, some Boards may consider returning to in-person Board meetings. What are the implications? Continue reading “What About Returning to In-Person Board Meetings?”
We’ve been receiving some questions about opening amenities, and we thought we would do our best to answer with this blog. Continue reading “Opening Amenities – Where Are We Now?”
Almost all condominium insurance policies contain a “faulty work” exclusion. That is, condominium insurance policies typically do not cover costs incurred to rectify faulty or improper material, workmanship or design. But a recent decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal provides a helpful reminder that consequential damage (resulting from faulty or improper material, workmanship of design) may still be covered.
Throughout Ontario (as well as many other areas of the world), the talk is now turning, more and more, to the idea of “re-opening”. What does re-opening mean for Ontario condominiums? Continue reading “Some Thoughts About Re-Opening”