The Ontario government is amending a regulation under the Condo Act, which will allow the CAT to exclusively handle more types of disputes.
The B.C. government has released a report on updating B.C.’s Labour Relations Code after consultations with businesses, and labour organizations.
Albertans that would like to provide input on ways the government can improve condominium governance and dispute resolution have until November 10 to do so.
Canadian Apartment Magazine
As of March 1, residents of southern Alberta will have access to the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS), a quasi-judicial tribunal created in 2006 to help landlords and tenants resolve disputes quickly and affordably.
While conflicts between tenants is expected in multi-res buildings, property managers must deal with condominium disputes before they escalate.
Many condominium disputes can be resolved a lot sooner and for much less money if unit owners simply respond to ...
Building Strategies & Sustainability
More and more, players in construction are turning to alternative dispute resolution processes such as arbitration and mediation in an effort to reduce the cost and delay associated with litigation.