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The Grey Areas

Publication date:
July 1, 2020
Article Summary: 

The article discusses upcoming and proposed changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 in Ontario. It mentions the "grey areas," which refer to sections of the legislation with shaded boxes indicating future changes or additions. One notable change is to Section 117, which deals with prohibited conditions and activities likely to cause damage or injury. The proposed amendment includes a definition of "nuisance, annoyance, or disruption" and expands the disputes that can be heard by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT). Other potential changes include shared facilities agreements, liability limits for directors, and modifications to common elements, among others. The article emphasizes the uncertainty surrounding the enactment of these proposed changes and the importance of being prepared for potential industry shifts.


Condominium Act, 1998, Changes, Grey Areas, Prohibited Conditions, Activities, Section 117, Nuisance, Annoyance, Disruption, Condominium Authority Tribunal, Shared Facilities Agreements, Liability Limits, Modifications to Common Elements, Mediation, Arbitration, Health and Safety Risk, Compliance, Disputes, Property Vacancy, Ontario.

Source Citation: 
The Grey Areas
July 1, 2020
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