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Looking Forward to 2022

James Davidson
Publication date:
December 20, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article looks ahead to 2022 and discusses potential developments in condominium law. It highlights five key areas of focus for the coming year: the expanding jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) to include prohibited nuisances, potential changes to the CAT's rules regarding costs, the insurance crisis affecting condominium corporations, possible improvements to Ontario's new home warranty program, and the future of virtual meetings in the post-pandemic landscape. The article also mentions other anticipated amendments to the Condominium Act and regulations, covering topics such as chargebacks, shared facilities agreements, procurement processes, director elections, disclosure obligations for declarants, reserve funds, and common element modifications.


Condominium law, 2022 developments, Condominium Authority Tribunal, CAT's jurisdiction, prohibited nuisances, noise, odour, smoke, vapour, light, vibration, legal fees, condominium insurance, insurance crisis,

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James Davidson
Looking Forward to 2022
December 20, 2021
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