Many condominium corporations have now had their first virtual meeting and after experiencing the process, are seeing some of the benefits of using technology for conducting owners meetings. We expect to see the continuation of virtual meetings and electronic voting as the “preferred” way to hold owners meetings, even once the pandemic is over.
Over the past few weeks there has been lots of discussion among board members and condo managers about getting ready to hold “hybrid” meetings. But when you ask what exactly is a hybrid meeting, the answer usually is “a virtual meeting and an in-person meeting”.
I am hearing reports that many condominiums are postponing their annual general meetings (“AGMs”) due to COVID-19 instead of using virtual means to hold them. Some condominiums are also avoiding decisions that could result in a requisition by owners, such as making changes to the common elements, assets, or services under Section 97 of the…
In a recent case (Wu v. PSCC 826, 2018 ONSC 2027), a condominium unit owner commenced legal proceedings against the condominium corporation over election irregularities and proxy improprieties.
In a recent case (Janet Cangiano v. MTCC No. 962), the Ontario Condominium Authority Tribunal refused an owner’s request to receive unredacted proxies.
In a recent case, YRCC No. 818 v. Przysuski, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirmed the validity of the election of the board of directors of a condominium corporation.
After unit owners requisitioned a meeting of owners to vote to remove the directors of two condominium corporations.
In a dispute over voting by proxy, the Ontario Superior Court has dismissed an order to invalidate the election of a condominium’s board of directors.