Can a condo owners’ meeting be discriminatory?

Condominium corporations are a microcosm of society, made up of individuals with divergent beliefs, practices and needs. What if boards of directors were required to select dates for annual general meetings (AGMs) or special owners’ meetings that all unit owners could attend based on their religious beliefs, family obligations, or other personal needs? This was precisely the issue that the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently considered in the case of Kamal v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 51.    Read the article…………….


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