Whether messages are intended for elevator screens or elsewhere, careful communication planning is key in a condo community.
One recent case shed light on how these newly available SLAPP provisions may apply in the condo context.
A critical tool for keeping a condo board meeting productive and on track is the often-underestimated meeting agenda.
The fate of some of the recent changes Ontario’s condo laws remains unknown after the change in provincial government three months ago.
Many corporations’ operating bylaws contain provisions that are either inoperative or inconsistent with the latest amendments to the Condominium Act.
What happens when a prospective director has not only professional experience to offer, but professional experience in the condo industry?
Could the recent sale of a Toronto condo for cryptocurrency be the first sign of a shift in the condo industry towards use of digital currencies?
At least one condo corporation is facing what is likely to be a steep repair tab after Toronto was drenched with a month’s worth of rain on Aug. 7.
The frustrations of going through post-occupancy growing pains prompted one condo board to start hosting office hours for owners.
As of Nov. 1, 2017, there is a new process under the Condominium Act, as amended, for making and responding to records requests in condo corporations.
An engineer offers tips for maximizing common element warranty coverage to get construction deficiencies resolved in new condo complexes.
Is it time for condo boards and property managers to brace for reefer madness? It may depend on which condo lawyer they ask.
Even the best communication technology may not be much help if the message condo corporations use it to deliver is weak or non-existent.
A recent court decision sheds some more light on the effect of failing to disclose certain declaration violations in a status certificate.
The new rules that will steer the installation of electric vehicle charging stations at Ontario condo properties starting next week may have a blind spot.
Two recent events in Toronto have called into question the security of master keys in condo buildings.
The new crop of 'ultra-high-rise' condos rising in Toronto will be more complicated and consequently more costly to maintain, one engineer is warning.