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Have mechanism to remove disruptive condo board members (
Having a code of ethics in place for a condominium’s board of directors assists in holding members accountable if they become disruptive, problematic or violent, says Toronto condominium lawyer Audrey Loeb.

Condo’s Legal Bills Sent to be Assessed (Condo Adviser)
A recent court decision, Temedio v NNCC No. 6reminds condominium corporation to be reasonable and measured when enforcing their rules and warns against excessive legal fees charged to owners. This case,  provides some useful insight into the situation that unfortunately, many owners find themselves in: being asked to pay their condominium’s legal bills when they breach the rules.


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