Condo Disputes – Litigation May Not be the Ideal Solution

In a recent case, a condominium corporation that incurred costs in the amount of $27,942 relating to a dispute with an owner was not awarded any costs at all, as the Court determined that the corporation should not have commenced legal proceedings in the first place.    Read the article…………


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