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Condo Management’s Role in the Election Process- Important Case Decision

Denise Lash
Publication date:
January 30, 2023
Article Summary: 

A recent court case, Gangoo and Giuntoli v. TSCC No. 1737, underscores the significant role of condo management and the board in the election and meeting process. The case involved candidates collecting proxies from owners, but upon submission, the proxies were deemed deficient. The court found oppressive conduct and a breach of the Condominium Act, particularly concerning the handling of proxies and the chair's questioning of candidates. The case raises questions about management's role in reviewing proxies, the treatment of invalid proxies, and candidate disclosure requirements. It serves as a cautionary tale for the industry, urging reforms to promote a more democratic election process.


Condo management, Board elections, Proxy forms, Condominium Act, Oppressive conduct, Candidate disclosure, Meeting process, Proxy review, Election reforms, Democratic process.

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Denise Lash
Condo Management’s Role in the Election Process- Important Case Decision
January 30, 2023
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