To What Extent Should Condominium Corporations Indemnify a Director Who Has Been Ordered to Pay Costs? (ON)
For those following the case opposing a Durham condominium corporation to its former director Leslie Swan, the Court of Appeal has issued its decision on question of costs. Unfortunately, we will have to wait a while longer before we find out who gets to pay the piper, as the Court of Appeal has referred the question of costs back to the application judge. Read the article…………..
Broad-based legislation regulating homeowners associations won’t get through the S.C. General Assembly this year, but that doesn’t mean the session
The Court of Appeal has released its decision in Orr v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1056. I encourage a
Maryland Governor Signs Bill Requiring Liens To Be Based Only Delinquent Assessments And Not Other Charges Such As Fines
Governor O’Malley has signed into law legislation passed by the Maryland General Assembly that amends the Maryland Contract Lien Act