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2021 – Looking Back at Changes and Developments in Condominium Law

Graeme Macpherson
Publication date:
December 20, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article looks back at the changes and developments in condominium law in 2021. It highlights key updates in four categories: masks in condos, vaccinations in condos, the expansion of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT), and clarification on legal fee chargebacks. It discusses court cases and regulatory changes that impacted condominiums' policies and operations, including mask policies, vaccination requirements, CAT's expanded jurisdiction, and the ability to charge back legal fees related to enforcement and collection of common expenses.


Condominium law, 2021 developments, masks in condos, COVID-19, mask policies, litigation, vaccination requirements, condominium amenities, Provincial regulations, proof of vaccination, Condominium Authority Tribunal,

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Graeme Macpherson
2021 – Looking Back at Changes and Developments in Condominium Law
December 20, 2021
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