In our Spring 2023 Issue of Condo Alert! we look at the CAT’s recent decisions refusing access to records. The often used “litigation exemption” is examined in the context of a longstanding and far reaching dispute between an owner and condo. We also discuss the occasional “director’s request” for records – where an individual director
Key take-aways from the CAT’s record request decisions – Part 2
By Alex Young on
Posted in Case Studies, CAT, Records, Uncategorized
Approximately two months have passed since the CAT’s jurisdiction expanded beyond condo record requests to include disputes regarding, pets, parking, vehicles and storage and chargebacks related to such issues. However, the CAT has yet to release a decision dealing with these new topics. It may take some time for cases involving expanded jurisdiction issues to wind through the CAT’s online dispute resolution system. In the meanwhile, enjoy Part 2 of our deep dive into record disputes (Part 1, here).
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Blog editor makes blip, gentle readers respond
By Andrea Lusk on
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I love hearing from all of you after our posts!
Even your messages of bewilderment and concern about yesterday’s disappearing blog post.
A draft of version of the post was inadvertently published while multitasking on a vacation day. In a panic, the post was deleted. At least the whole blog wasn’t deleted.
Thanks for all…