Can Condo Directors be Sued for Conspiracy?

An interesting case came out of Toronto last week where the owner of three commercial condominium units commenced a claim against the condominium corporation and the directors personally, claiming conspiracy, nuisance and intentional economic interference. This raises an interesting question: Can condo directors be found to be involved in a conspiracy when they take decisions as a board? Sadly, the answer is “maybe”. Yet another reminder for condo directors to take their responsibilities very seriously.   Read the article………….


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