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Many of our readers in Ottawa may have received (or seen) notices about a “Service Line Warranty Program” offered by Service Line Warranties of Canada. What does this mean for condominium corporations?
A recent decision of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) offers some guidance on the following questions: When does a Policy make sense? When is a Rule the better option?
Progress has been made toward the City’s implementation of new regulation of short-term rentals in Ottawa.
Click here to read more about what’s important for condos to know about this new regime.
Ontario’s emergency and stay at home order has now been extended until at least May 20, 2021. The province has also added some new enforcement measures and has “tweaked” the activities that are permitted (as essential) during the stay-at-home period. What are some of the key implications for condominium corporations?
Condominium corporations have a duty to accommodate residents with disabilities… to the point of undue hardship. Sometimes these accommodation rights may come into conflict with the rights of the other owners and occupants. A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court shows how these competing rights may sometimes need to be balanced.