Condo managers and directors can find good news in the April 2008 Ontario Superior Court decision in MTCC 932 v. Lahrkamp,  O.J. No. 3885. This was a case brought by a condominium corporation against a “self-styled watchdog” unit owner who, while opposing lobby renovations, made repeated requests for records and then
The Government of Ontario recently introduced Bill 108 – "An Act respecting Apologies."
According to the Attorney General’s news release, the Apology Act would, if passed:
- Allow individuals and organizations, such as hospitals and other public institutions (or condo corproations), to apologize for an accident or wrongdoing without fear of the apology being used