More about the proposed new Condominium Authority Tribunal

As we have discussed in previous entries (see here and here), Bill 106 proposes to create a non-profit and self-financed tribunal known as the Condominium Authority Tribunal (“CAT”), to provide a more streamlined, quicker and less costly dispute resolution process for many common condominium-related issues. As noted in those previous entries, the CAT will be the responsibility of the Condominium Authority (“CA”) to administer.    Read the article…………..


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