A new path for resolving condominium disputes (Canada)

Little is currently known about the tribunal envisioned in the recently passed Bill 106, the Protecting Condominium Owners Act. The legislation, which will update current condo laws once proclaimed into force, leaves it to the coming Condominium Authority and regulations to make appear. However, the very notion of introducing a tribunal to help address condominium conflict has been intriguing to many involved in Ontario’s condominium landscape.      Read the article………….


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