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CAT Case Law Update

Brian Horlick, Bradley Chaplick
Publication date:
July 12, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article provides updates on selected cases heard by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT), which deals with unit owners' requests for records from condominium corporations. In the first case, the tribunal ruled that an incomplete Request for Records form is not a justification for denying a unit owner's request. The second case involved a dispute over the absence of official meeting minutes, and the tribunal found that the corporation was required to keep official minutes of all meetings of owners. The third case clarified that "most recent approved financial statements" refer only to audited financial statements, not unaudited ones, and that redactions of board meeting minutes should be reasonable and necessary to protect privilege and privacy.


CAT, Condominium Authority Tribunal, Condominium Corporation, Unit Owners, Request for Records, Meeting Minutes, Financial Statements, Redactions, Formal Meetings, Clarity Test, Adequate Records, Legal Costs, Monetary Penalty.

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Brian Horlick, Bradley Chaplick
CAT Case Law Update
July 12, 2019
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