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CAT Decision on Record-Keeping Requirements: Notices of Leased Units

Rohina Hashimi
Publication date:
January 26, 2023
Article Summary: 

linked blog post discusses a recent decision by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) regarding record-keeping requirements and notices of leased units in condominiums. The article provides an overview of the case and its implications for condominium corporations. It explains that the CAT decision clarifies the obligations of condominium corporations in maintaining accurate records of leased units and providing timely notices to owners regarding leases. The article highlights the importance of proper record-keeping practices and compliance with the Condominium Act and governing documents. It also emphasizes the significance of effective communication between condominium corporations and unit owners to ensure transparency and adherence to legal requirements. By following the CAT decision and maintaining proper record-keeping protocols, condominium corporations can uphold their responsibilities and foster harmonious relationships with unit owners.


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Rohina Hashimi
CAT Decision on Record-Keeping Requirements: Notices of Leased Units
January 26, 2023
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