Corporation Recovers Extensive Costs It Has Incurred to Recover Past Arrears
by Nancy Houle on May 25, 2016
In our blog post from July last year, we reported on a case where a condominium corporation had spent several years in court in its efforts to collect common expense arrears, and the related costs and disbursements. As reported, the various decisions of the Superior Court, and the cost decision following the ultimate trial of the issue, resulted in the following findings:
Five Months Considered a Reasonable Timeframe to Adopt Policy Under A Human Rights Settlement
by Kristen Bailey on May 24, 2016
A recent decision by the Human Rights Tribunal, Luk v. York Condominium Corporation No. 382, recognizes that it can take some time for a condominium board to implement a policy to investigate complaints about owners.
In this case, five months was considered a reasonable timeframe for the board to implement the policy, because the Condominium Corporation addressed complaints while the policy was being prepared.
Pub Night and Welcome Reception for the ACMO-CCI EO 4th Annual Conference
by Kristen Bailey on May 17, 2016
What better way is there to start the 4th Annual ACMO-CCI EO Condominium Conference than with a pub night! Come out Property Managers, Board Members and Contractors, to mingle and meet your condominium colleagues and friends on Thursday evening at the Pub Night and Welcome Reception for the ACMO-CCI EO 4th Annual Conference.
Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Finds That Co-op Board Failed to Properly Respond to Harassment of Former Board Members
by James M. Davidson on May 10, 2016
A recent decision of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, involving harassment at a co-operative corporation, may also be important for condominium corporations.
In the case of Welykyi v. Rouge Valley Co-operative Homes Inc., the Tribunal held that the Co-op’s Board of Directors had failed to adequately address harassment of members of the community. Briefly, the facts were as follows.
Upcoming Belleville Condo Law Primer 2016
by Nancy Houle on May 10, 2016
The Condo Law Primer for Belleville is taking place on June 17th at the Fairfield Inn & Suites.
Hosted by Nelligan O’Brien Payne’s Condominium Law group, this not-to-be-missed event will address issues of interest to the condominium community.
Some of the topics of discussion at this seminar will include:
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