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Protection of Property Managers

Stephanie Sutherland
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Mental health issues have become more prevalent in condominium communities, leading to disputes and problems that impact property managers. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated these challenges as residents spend more time at home, causing noise-related issues and tensions. Property managers are often caught in the middle of conflicts arising from mental health issues, facing harassment and unacceptable behavior from owners, occupants, and directors. The article discusses the duty to protect property managers from harassment under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Condominium Act. It highlights legal cases that recognize harassment as a breach of the Act and emphasizes the need for condominium corporations to address and prevent such behavior, ensuring a safe workplace environment for property managers.


Mental health, property managers, harassment, condominium community, COVID-19 pandemic, workplace protection, duty to protect, Condominium Act, legal cases, workplace environment.

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Stephanie Sutherland
Protection of Property Managers
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