How can condo directors avoid personal liability?

We have, in the recent past, blogged about the Boily case. In this Ottawa case, a board of directors was found to be in contempt of court and was ordered to personally pay in excess of $96,000 in legal costs. Many have asked for an update on this matter and for advice on how directors can protect themselves against personal liability.   Read More……


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