The cases for and against professional directors

Through the course of Ontario’s Condominium Act review, volunteer board directors took a lot of heat for their perceived part in the problems proliferating in this unique housing type. Whether the assessment was fair or not, the resulting recommendations to the provincial government, which is now considering amendments to proposed legislative changes, included mandatory basic education for first-time directors.   Read the article……….


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