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Tag Archives: litigation

Restraining order granted to stop harassment by unit owner

Posted in Case Studies
Condo managers and directors can find good news in the April 2008 Ontario Superior Court decision in MTCC 932 v. Lahrkamp, [2008] 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 relentlessly pestered office… Continue Reading

Caselaw Roundup from 2008 ACMO/CCI Condo Conference

Posted in Case Studies
The 12th Annual Condominium Conference, held this past Friday and Saturday in Markham, was a great success and very-well attended.   Congratulations to CCI-Toronto and ACMO! Among the most anticipated regular features of this conference is the legal expert panel, with their bizarre stories from the trenches and headscratcher court cases.   This year’s panel, including our… Continue Reading

Proposed apology law designed to reduce conflicts

Posted in Legislation & Regulation, Living Together
 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 as… Continue Reading