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.