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To Enforce or Not to Enforce:  A Board’s Obligation under s. 17(3) of the Condominium Act, 1998 Human Rights and Condos:
Learning from the mistake of others Single Family Occupancy Provisions:  Where are we now? The Value of Communication in Condos The High Price of Bullying in Condos A Condo Director’s Guide Changes to Common Elements by the Corporation - s. 97 of the Condominium Act, 1998 The Potential Growing Liability for Condo Corporations and Dog Attacks Protecting the Corporation’s Records A Director’s Guide to Declaring Conflicts of Interest Three Ways Boards Run Afoul of Their Statutory Duties When It’s Okay to Play Pet Detective Planning Your Human Rights Defence Strategy Aging in Place - The Legal Issues Licensing of Property Managers and Impact on Self Managed Condos and their Directors New Proposed Regulations under Condominium Act, 1998 - Bill 106 Changes to Condominium Act, 1998 - Bill 106 Chargebacks & Lessons Learned in 2020 Why Have a Standard Unit Bylaw? Handling Common Expense Fees During COVID-19 Reviewing Cannabis Use in Condos Navigating the Records Request Process 8 Things to Know About Your Condo Corporation’s Records   CONDOBUSINESS Spring Cleaning Your Condo Corporation’s Documents CAT evolves in Jurisdiction but not Costs Cases Spotlight Cost of Poor Communication When it’s okay to play pet detective Making Changes to Common Elements Cases Shed Light on Maintenance and Repair Obligations in Condos