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Water Safety and your Condo

Ashley Winberg
Publication date:
August 11, 2021
Article Summary: 

This article highlights the responsibility of condominium corporations to ensure water safety in common elements such as lakes, pools, and ponds. Under the Condominium Act and the Occupier's Liability Act, condo corporations are obligated to take reasonable care and prevent conditions or activities that could cause injury or damage. Preventive measures suggested include posting "No Diving" and "No Running" signs, erecting barriers, and complying with municipal and provincial safety requirements. It is important for condo corporations to proactively comply with regulations and protect individuals from foreseeable water-related risks.


condominium corporations, water safety, common elements, Condominium Act, Occupier's Liability Act, responsibility, reasonable care, prevent conditions or activities

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Ashley Winberg
Water Safety and your Condo
August 11, 2021
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