Showing Articles from Issue 'Fall 2018'
A Good Neighbour Gone Bad
The Curious Circumstances in Which a Good Neighbour Turns Bad
By Marc Bhalla | Other articles by Marc Bhalla
Hit the Road
Pot Holes, Sunken Manhole Covers and Expanding Pavement Cracks Do Not Heal Themselves
By Henry Jansen | Other articles by Henry Jansen
Using Med-Arb in Condo Disputes
Thinking Outside the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Box
By Colm Brannigan | Other articles by Colm Brannigan
There's a Form for That
New Forms Will Result in Greater Transparency, Greater Communication and Ultimately More Cohesive and Educated Communities
Decisions From the Courts
• Individual Directors Held Liable for Oppression of Other Owners • Status Certificates are Not Binding Against Subsequent Owners • Directors are Not to Interfere With the Owner's Democratic Rights
Condominium Profile: Applewood Landmark
The Second Try's The Charm!
By James Russell | Other articles by James Russell
Early CAT Decisions Answer Big Questions
CAT Was Created to Enhance Condominium Unit Owners' Access to Records Within a Reasonable Time, and at a Reasonable Cost.
By Bradley Chaplick | Other articles by Bradley Chaplick
Reserve Fund Study Accuracy
How Accurate are Reserve Fund Studies? Are They too Conservative, Causing Annual Reserve Contributions to be Too High?
Reducing Condo Costs Through the Electronic Delivery of Notices
For Many Condos, Mailing Out One Notice Can Cost Thousands of Dollars. The Solution is Technology.
By JJ Hiew | Other articles by JJ Hiew