How to Remove a Condo Director Who Is Acting Unethically
We are often asked what can be done about a rogue director or about a director who acts unethically. This question sometimes comes from other directors and often from dissatisfied owners. The traditional way of removing a director is either to get elected in his/her place at the end of his/her term or to have the director removed at an owner’s meeting duly called for that purpose. Read the article……….
Fourth DCA Rules Insurance Companies Not Required to Provide Coverage for all Portions of Condominium Property
Recently, the Fourth District Court of Appeal in the case of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. v. River Manor Condominium Association,
As we are quickly approaching a new year, we’ve taken a look back at the condominium legal landscape in Ontario
Purchasers of Condominiums in San Diego’s Mixed Use Hard Rock Hotel May Not Sue for Securities Violations
The Court of Appeal recently came down with a decision regarding a lawsuit filed by several condominium owners who bought