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Managing Conflict Of Interest

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
May 24, 2020
Article Summary: 

Explores how to manage conflicts of interest within condominium corporations, providing examples and solutions. Conflicts of interest can arise in various situations, such as board members who may have personal or financial interests in decisions made by the condo corporation. For instance, a board member might own a business that provides services to the condo, leading to potential bias in decision-making.

To address these conflicts, the article emphasizes the importance of transparency and disclosure. Board members should openly declare any personal interests that could influence their decisions. This openness helps maintain trust among residents and ensures that decisions are made in the best interest of the community.

Moreover, having a clear code of ethics is crucial. A well-defined code of ethics outlines acceptable behaviors and decision-making processes, providing a framework for handling potential conflicts. It ensures that all board members are aware of their responsibilities and the standards they must uphold.

Managing conflicts of interest in condominium corporations requires a combination of transparency, disclosure, and a solid ethical framework. By implementing these practices, condo boards can effectively navigate conflicts and maintain a fair and harmonious community.


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Toronto Condo News
Managing Conflict Of Interest
May 24, 2020
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