As you know, the Ontario government recently announced that the province was moving into a modified Step 2 of Ontario’s “Roadmap to Reopen” as of January 5, 2022. In light of the debate between lawyers (and municipalities) on this issue, we are sending an update on what we know so far.
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A recent CAT decision provides a reminder to condominium to properly maintain archived records and be proactive in responding to records requests.
If you are interested in reading, or searching for, decisions from across Canada dealing with condominium issues, consider checking out Condo Cases Across Canada at www.condocases.ca.
A recent decision of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) gives some helpful direction about the rights of owners to see records relating to contemplated litigation.
The Ontario government recently announced that the province would be moving into a modified Step 2 of Ontario’s “Roadmap to Reopen”. As of January 5, 2022, the province is implementing new gathering limits and other restrictions. How will condominiums be affected?
On January 26, 2022, DHA’s James Davidson is speaking (virtually) at CCI-EO’s virtual event: Lawyers, Guns and Money.
Lawyers, Guns and Money, is CCI Eastern Ontario Chapter’s mid-winter seminar that is a review of some of the past year’s most important condominium court decisions.