A Requisition for a Special Owners Meeting can Lead to a Defamation Case

The ultimate recourse when condo owners are dissatisfied with the board    its decisions is to requisition an owners meeting to remove directors. This process often leads to various groups campaigning the owners to support their position. A recent unreported case reminds us to exercise caution in the context of this democratic exercise to avoid facing a defamation.   Read the article…………….


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