In our recent blog, “Conducting Virtual Meetings During the COVID-19 Crisis”, we reviewed different options that condominium corporations could consider for holding virtual meetings, if choosing not to delay the meetings until a later date. Continue reading “Virtual Meetings… Getting Past the Fear”
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.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice is now remotely hearing non-urgent civil motions and applications, case conferences, and pre-trial conferences in Ottawa. Continue reading “The Ontario Superior Court is Gearing Back Up to Hear Non-Urgent Proceedings in Ottawa”
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website and logo – and a few other minor changes…
In the recent decision of Patricia Gendreau v Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1438, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has provided further comments on a condominium’s document disclosure obligations. Continue reading “Who Pays the Cost to Redact Records When Owners Request Documents?”