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Recent CAT Decisions: Key Takeaways

Gareth Stackhouse
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Gareth Stackhouse discusses recent decisions made by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) that provide insights into records request matters and the CAT's procedures. The cases reviewed involve issues related to management reports, board meetings, redacting board minutes, legal costs, anonymous decisions, and penalties. Stackhouse explains how the CAT clarified its stance on various issues, including the status of management reports as drafts or notes, the requirement to keep records of board meetings, the redaction of in-camera board minutes, legal cost considerations, the circumstances for awarding legal costs, and the importance of transparency in decisions.


Gareth Stackhouse, Condominium Authority Tribunal, CAT decisions, records request, management reports, board meetings, informal meetings, redacting board minutes, legal costs, anonymous decisions, penalties, Condominium Act, 1998, condo proceedings, unit owner, condo community.

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Gareth Stackhouse
Recent CAT Decisions: Key Takeaways
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