Businesses that provide support and maintenance to buildings figure into the Ontario government’s list of essential services as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. Condo managers and
As the condo community deals with legal uncertainties during the pandemic, one important topic to address is owner and visitor disclosure.
Boards and property managers of condos play a significant role in protecting residents during emergencies like the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
If property manager are responsible for taking the meeting minutes, editing and formatting may take a back seat to other priorities.
Opponents of electronic voting are scared it will expose the archaic and flawed system of proxy voting for what it is: unnecessary and obsolete.
Vancouver plans to expand its partnership with strata corporations to crackdown on operators who don’t comply with short-term rental regulations.
Whether by corruption or incompetence, condo boards that mismanage their multi-million dollar budgets and reserve funds are a recurring problem.
Why is it that a select few people can decide what condo fees for the ensuing year will be? Why can’t owners have input into the new fees? These are both extremely good questions and perhaps a couple of the most commonly asked questions in the condo world.
Participating in a condo mediation can often mean taking time off work or giving up an evening. And truly, the most challenging aspect of mediation
Serving as a director can be a daunting task considering all the responsibilities involved in governing a condo corporation’s affairs, which can include making tough
Some of the signals of potential malfeasance in real estate transactions are not obvious or only appear ominous when they are part of a pattern of questionable conduct.
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?