Showing Articles from Issue 'Spring 2020'
Decisions From the Courts
Grandfathering Smokers. Warantless Police Entries. Board Conduct Deemed Not Oppressive.
Enforcing a Condo's Governing Documents
When a Resident or His/Her Guests Do Not Follow the Rules, What Can a Condominium Corporation Do?
By Luis Hernandez | Other articles by Luis Hernandez
Climate Change and Your Trees
"Unless Someone Like You Cares a Whole Awful Lot, Nothing is Going to Get Better. It's Not."
By Linda Hawkins | Other articles by Linda Hawkins
In With the Residents, Out With the Transients
Tribunal Rules in Favour of City of Toronto's Short-Term Rental By-Laws
Good Governo in Canada
Condominium Profile: Palazzo Classico YRSCC 998
By James Russell | Other articles by James Russell
The Human Factor In Condo Law
Reserve Fund Planning for Skyscrapers
Is the Status Quo Enough?
By Stewart Handrahan | Other articles by Stewart Handrahan
How Practical and Appropriate Would This Style of Management be for a Condominium Corporation?
By Gaby Arato | Other articles by Gaby Arato
Three Steps to Mitigate Risk from Rising Premiums and Deductibles
By Jason Rivait | Other articles by Jason Rivait
Top 5 Tips for Boards When Dealing With Difficult People
Building Relationships Takes Time, and, Like Family, You Cannot Pick Your Neighbour
By Tania Haluk | Other articles by Tania Haluk
The Board as a Band
Consider a Condo Board as a Band and The Collective Owners/Residents They Serve as Their Audience…
By Marc Bhalla | Other articles by Marc Bhalla
Financial Transparency in Condominiums
Complete Financial Transparency is Obtained Only When Two Very Different Types of Information Needs are Met
By Brian M. Antman | Other articles by Brian M. Antman
Why Are My Fees Going Up?
Understanding Your Condo Fees is a Crucial Part of Condominium Ownership
Condo Board Elections and Voting
The Ontario Condominium Act Must Consider The Limitations and Risks of Proxy Forms and Abolish Them In Favour of Electronic Voting
By Denise Lash | Other articles by Denise Lash