Standard of Care for Condominium Directors

In a previous post, we reviewed a case, Ballingall v. C.C. C. No.111, about an acrimonious dispute between resident unit owners and investor/landlord unit owners regarding the single family restrictions in the condominium documents. As well as considering the law relating to the interpretation of “single family” restrictions in the condominium context, that case also dealt with the standard of care required from a condominium director.     Read the article………….


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