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Condominium corporations are the “fourth level of government” and have a statutory obligation to take reasonable steps to protect all persons on condominium property from foreseeable harm and dangerous conditions as per the Occupier’s Liability Act and the Condominium Act.
This fact sheet provides property owners, property managers, hotel management and cleaning/facilities staff of commercial or residential buildings with infection prevention and control (IPAC) guidance that is appropriate for non-health care settings.
Collecting unpaid common expenses during a time that our society is experiencing a crisis is challenging. What can be done by condominiums and the managers servicing them to minimize the impact on units owners facing liens for unpaid common expenses?
While buildings with concierge services may be in a better position to implement controls to limit the spread of COVID-19, there are steps that all boards/management may take in an effort to secure the safety of residents. Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions.
Condo managers should be working with their boards to consider these simple actions and best practices to follow in response to this pandemic.
As the number of cases of coronavirus increase across the country, and with cases now confirmed in Eastern Ontario, we are receiving questions from our clients about what this means for the condominium industry.
Downloadable posters and fact sheets to print and post in your common areas.
As the situation is evolving, condominium managers are strongly encouraged to follow the up-to-date guidance given by the federal and provincial governments and public health authorities.
To maintain business continuity, our online services are fully available to support you during this time period. Please note, all deadlines remain in effect for returns, notice of change filing, payments, and director training completion.
Given the widespread public concern relating to coronavirus (COVID-19), which the World Health Organization has now declared to be a pandemic, David Thiel of FOGLER, RUBINOFF LLP addresses some condominium specific issues. This update is intended to provide only a broad overview of the issues.