We recently received a very interesting question from a condominium manager regarding status certificates. As this is becoming a widely discussed subject in the condominium community, we take this opportunity to refer our readers to our previous blog post on this topic, titled “Who can Rely on a Status Certificate?“ (posted on June 28, 2018). Continue reading “Re-Blog: Who Can Rely on a Status Certificate?”
In the recent case of Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General), the Plaintiff asserted claims for harassment and bullying allegedly suffered as an employee of the RCMP. The Ontario Court of Appeal ultimately held that there is no general tort of harassment in Ontario. Claimants who allegedly suffer such harm must instead consider whether or not their claims fall within the (narrower) tort of intentional infliction of mental suffering. Continue reading “Harassment in the Condominium Setting”
Whether you’re a new condominium director or a seasoned pro, CCI-Eastern Ontario’s “Beyond the Basics” Director’s Course will enhance your understanding and abilities of your duties as a director. The course will take place on November 23 and 24, 2019 at the Hellenic Meeting and Reception Centre – 1315 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K2C 1N2.
Purchasers of pre-construction condominium projects commenced after January 1, 2020 will benefit from enhanced disclosure in their purchase agreements to help them make a more informed decision about their purchase.
The Ontario government has just announced that it will be increasing the maximum claim limit for the Small Claims Court to $35,000, effective January 1, 2020. As our readers may know, the current claim limit at the Small Claims Court is set at $25,000.