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The Trifecta of a Dysfunctional Condominium Corporation

Alexander Etkin
Publication date:
May 5, 2022
Article Summary: 

The article highlights the case of York Condominium Corporation No. 82 (YCC 82), which faced financial and operational troubles due to mismanagement and neglect spanning several decades. The condo's poor state of repair resulted in the approval of a significant special assessment to cover repairs, leading to financial hardship for its owners. The article discusses YCC 82's options under the Condominium Act, such as special assessments, borrowing funds, termination on consent, or termination on sale. It emphasizes the importance of adhering to the reserve fund study and proper financial management to avoid such predicaments and maintain the building's integrity and financial wellbeing.


Condominium, Reserve Fund Study, Financial Management, Special Assessment, Mismanagement, Neglect, Repairs, Condo Governance, Financial Wellbeing, Structural Damage, Property Maintenance, Condo Board.

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Alexander Etkin
The Trifecta of a Dysfunctional Condominium Corporation
May 5, 2022
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