Condominium Management Agreement – The Sequel

Last December we reported on a case where the condominium corporation terminated a property management agreement for cause and without notice, relying on a clause in the agreement which allowed it to terminate if the manager was “insubordinate, reckless or grossly negligent in performing its duties.” The manager claimed that the condominium corporation did not have cause to terminate the contract and sued the corporation in Small Claims Court for $8,303.24, being two months of management fees.    Read the article…………


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