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Month: February 2024

Thank you 2 million times!

We launched the CondoAdviser blog on a cold evening, on March 24, 2015.  Nine years later, on February 29, we hit the milestone of 2 million views! Since then, amazing #CondoGeeks have contributed to the blog, including Jocelyn Duquette, Graeme Macpherson, David Plotkin, Nailah Ramsoomair. Over the last 9 years: We have published some 492 posts; […]

Webinar: Deep dive on condo insurance PART 2 (Wed. March 6 @ 5pm)

This webinar is the second of our series on condo insurance.  In this episode discuss the pros and cons of Standard Unit by-laws and Insurance Deductible by-laws. We also opened the floor to questions from our viewers. You can watch a recording of this episode. CPE Credits: This activity has been approved for 1.0 CPE […]

Smoking in condos does not always amount to nuisance

While lots of condos have become smoke free, many either don’t regulate smoking or granted legacy rights to existing smokers. The result is that, when owners complain about smoke in their units, both sides rely on their nose to argue that the other side is wrong about the degree of nuisance. In a recent case, the CAT ruled on whether a “sniff test” constituted an adequate investigation into a smoke complaint.

Condos must enforce their visitor parking rules

Here is another case involving visitor parking.  In this case, the CAT ordered the condo to enforce its existing rules and to implement measures to better regulate the use of their visitor parking. Facts of the case The condo complex at the centre of this litigation has 25 common element visitor parking spaces for approximately […]

April Webinar
EV Stations in condos
Wed. April 3 at 5pm
CPE credits: 1.0
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