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Month: August 2018

Should Condo Owners be Allowed to Inspect Proxy Forms?

The Condominium Authority Tribunal was recently asked to rule on whether condo owners should be allowed to inspect unredacted copies of the proxy form used at an AGM. This was yet another case where the Tribunal attempted to balance privacy and transparency. Mini survey Before we summarize the case, tell us what you think.  Should owners be allowed […]

New Regulations Applicable to Condo Pools

With the warm summer we are experiencing, a pool is certainly a hot amenity to have in a condominium building. New regulations governing the operation and maintenance of pools (including pools in condos) came into effect on July 1st, 2018.  Indeed, condo pools in Ontario are considered public pools and are regulated under the Health […]

Register Your Condo Corporation with the CAO !

Some Ontario condo corporations are still “Missing in Action” and have not yet registered with the Condo Authority of Ontario. The good news is that more than 81% of the existing condo corps have met their legal obligation and have filed their mandatory Condo Return.  Still, there are a few stragglers.  Registration is mandatory.  If you […]

Corporations Must Act Fast When Condo Owners Requisition a Meeting of Owners

There is presently a fair bit of confusion with respect to how a special meeting of owners is requisitioned and called.  This is due, at least in part, to the fact that we are still in a transition period between the “old” and the “new” Condo Act.  In this post we explore the steps required […]