Mediation

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Canadian Apartment Magazine

New mediation services for landlord tenant disputes

Resolving landlord and tenant conflicts in the GTA’s York Region just got easier with the launch of the York Region Housing Mediation Services (YRHMS) program.
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CondoBusiness

How a condo board divided can remain united

A common goal can help foster a healthy space for debating the merits of various options — even if a condo board decision is ultimately made by a 3-2 vote.
Conflict

CondoBusiness

Defusing condominium disputes

While conflicts between tenants is expected in multi-res buildings, property managers must deal with condominium disputes before they escalate.
Conflict

CondoBusiness

Keeping petty condo disputes out of court

Prevent small condominium disputes from becoming costly, drawn-out court cases.
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CondoBusiness

Mediation versus arbitration

What's the difference between mediation and arbitration? Jeanette Bicknell, a mediator with the Sadowski Resolutions Group, explains.
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CondoBusiness

Preparing for a mediation hearing

Where a unit owner has a dispute with the condominium’s board of directors, the matter may be taken to mediation. How should the unit owner prepare for the hearing? Jeanette Bicknell, a mediator with the Sadowski Resolutions Group, provides her expertise.
J-Bicknell

CondoBusiness

The imposition of mandatory mediation

Why does the Condominium Act say disputes must be mediated? Jeanette Bicknell, a mediator with the Sadowski Resolutions Group, weighs in.