A recent decision of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) provides very helpful guidance on some important issues related to Service Animals (in this case, an Emotional Support Animal / ESA).
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A decision of the Ontario Superior Court sets out the rights and responsibilities of a condominium corporation when a unit contains excessive and/or unsafe clutter.
Episode 16 - Condo Crunch - Construction Related Issues Part 2
Our mini condo crunch series about construction law issues began on September 29. Catch part 2 of this series (which was recorded on October 29) as our latest episode of the Condopedia.
As previously reported, and as many of our readers are well aware, condominium insurance is in crisis.
Many organizations – including CCI – have been expressing concerns about condominium insurance to the province…and the province appears to be ready to take hold of the issue.
The province has issued a notice seeking feedback about Condominium Insurance.
The province of Ontario has introduced some proposed legislative amendments which might be of interest to some condominium corporations and condominium managers.
The Condominium Authority Tribunal’s (CAT) jurisdiction will expand in 2022. However, even more potential changes could be coming which could include whether and when legal fees should be awarded.
A recent decision of Ontario’s Landlord and Tenant Board has, in my respectful view, “missed the mark” in its description of the relationship between condominium corporations and tenants.
A quick note to our readers about two interesting recent decisions of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) in relation to Board Meetings.
Another decision of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) brings the CAT’s approach to nuisance animals (and related costs) into further focus.
As businesses and corporations remain required to respect the measures adopted to reduce the spread of COVID-19, condo corporations will
As we’ve reported in a number of previous blogs, the jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) is growing, and will no doubt continue to grow. More and more condominium disputes will be decided by way of application to the CAT. Who will be handling these applications on behalf of condominium corporations?
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Condo Cases Across Canada
A quarterly publication of the Canadian Condominium Institute, National Chapter.
Each issue contains summaries of some of the latest condominium decisions (from Courts and Administrative Tribunals) across the country. Not all cases are summarized. But most of the key condominium cases are summarized.
Editor: James Davidson, LLB., FCCI
Jim has been practicing condominium law for over 30 years. He represents condominium corporations, their directors, owners, and insurers throughout Eastern Ontario. His experience also includes building deficiencies, shared property interests, co-ownership and construction law.