The hidden truth about searching for and posting links to every article found of possible interest to condo owners and tenants is it’s extremely time consuming.
Within minutes from now you’ll discover the new quarterly approach to feature only active law firms providing intelligence to condominiums during the 4th quarter of 2019. The last article for the quarter is shown only. At the end of each post there is usually a link to any prior article and in some cases to the next one. Hold the secret weapon of multiple issues raised and education provided that is aimed at everyone. Pull the trigger. Explore the following:
As 2020 approaches I find myself reflecting on the most important news, cases, and events from this past year. There were several notable decisions released this year and a few that I’m sure we would all like to forget! The hardest part of these lists is selecting only ten to speak about. Here is my list of the top ten condo lessons for 2019: Source: Michelle Kelly, Robson Carpenter LLP
As we approach year end and embark on our collective mad-dash towards the holidays, we thought we’d revisit a Christmas classic and adapt it to the condo world. Here’s our last post of the year; our Condo Christmas Story. Source: Rodrigue Escayola, © 2019 Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
Our favourite Court decisions from 2019. Source: Mohiminol Khandaker, Davidson Houle Allen LLP Condominium Law
In a recent case before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, WCC No. 31 v. Silberberg et al, a condominium corporation obtained an order prohibiting the unit owners, Mr. and Mrs. Silberberg, from smoking on their balcony in contravention of the condominium rules. Source: Denise Lash, Lash Condo Law
In a decision released on December 2, 2019, the Court of Appeal for Ontario has confirmed that condominium corporations cannot allow the police to place hidden cameras in common areas without a warrant. The case is an interesting read in respect of balancing the privacy expectations of residents with effective property management. Source: Jennifer Malchuk, © 2015 Fine & Deo
Condo corporations may lawfully ban pets in certain circumstances, says Toronto condominium and commercial litigator Megan Mackey. Global News recently reported on a campaign by residents of two Toronto condo buildings seeking to overturn their board’s recently introduced ban on pets. Source: Megan Mackey, Shibley Righton LLP
Make the most of this post even though it is so late. Expect the next article to be more timely.