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Email Messages Are Not Condominium Records

James Davidson
Publication date:
August 21, 2019
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses the case of Yeung v. MTCC 1136 where the owner of a condominium applied to CAT for access to email correspondence related to the corporation's renewal of a gas contract, but the Tribunal held that email correspondence was not part of the corporation's records. The Tribunal explained that email communication is not required to be kept as part of the minutes of the corporation's meetings, which are the only records required under the Condominium Act. The blog also recommends that any tentative board decisions reached via email should be ratified at the next board meeting.


CAT, minutes, records, email communication, Board decisions.

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James Davidson
Email Messages Are Not Condominium Records
August 21, 2019
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