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Month: March 2021

The CAT’s New Jurisdiction over Parking

A recent decision out of the CAT has helped clarify what types of matters corporations and owners can bring to this tribunal. As a brief reminder, the CAT can now adjudicate cases dealing with pets, parking, vehicles, storage, and chargebacks related to disputes over these items. We blogged about the newly expanded jurisdiction of the […]

Webinar: Deep Dive on Condo Insurance (April 7 @5pm)

The single most complicated issue in condo land: Condo Insurance. Survey If you have not done so already, consider taking our survey on condo insurance.  This will help us get an accurate picture of insurance challenges in CondoLand. Probably best to have this answered by the director with most knowledge on your insurance file. Have […]

Court Orders Masks in Condos – with Exceptions

In what is likely the first court case dealing with the requirement to wear masks in public spaces, the Superior Court of Justice issued a partial but permanent injunction requiring 2 condo owners to wear a mask while on interior common elements.  The court carved out an exception for the limited purpose of entering and […]

A Basketball Hoop in a Condo Driveway Not in Breach of the Rules

An interesting decision recently came out of the Condo Authority Tribunal (CAT) on a dispute over a basketball hoop installed in a driveway.  This case sheds some light on how the CAT is applying its new jurisdiction over parking disputes and is a helpful reminder that not all breach necessarily require the same response. Facts […]

Condo Learning Opportunities in March

March (!) is upon us! With it, tons of condo learning opportunities.  We’re listing here a couple of them.  All great opportunities to connect, network and learn… Deep Dive on Condo By-laws (March 3) This month, CondoAdviser is taking a deep dive on condo by-laws: What they do; what they don’t do; how they work […]