In the recent case of Castlegreen Co-Operative Inc. v Carmichael, the court discussed the human rights issues at play when terminating the membership of disabled co-operative members....more
How far should the board go in accommodating unit owner complaints about smoking?
In the case of Sharon MacKay v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corp.2014, cigar smoke penetrated from one unit to the next and became...more
What does it take for a condominium corporation to force the removal of a unit owner from a unit? We have previously written blogs on this topic, highlighting the unusual nature of the facts that give rise to a situation in...more
ServiceOntario has the most up-to-date forms available on their site, recently amended as per the Condominium Act. These forms are needed to comply with certain requirements of regulations made under the Condominium Act....more
Lawyers, accountants and other professionals, beware – we now have a very interesting Alberta Court of Appeal decision from the Discipline Tribunal Appeal Board of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (the “Institute”) that...more
In 2006, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) ordered that all elevator sheave jammers manufactured or installed by ThyssenKrupp be replaced. Many Condominium Corporations were affected by this order and had to...more