CONDOBUSINESS

CondoBusinessSept2018

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CondoBusiness cuts through industry acronyms and jargon to provide educational content that is just as valuable to a volunteer board director confronting people, pet and parking issues for the first time as it is to a veteran property manager helping clients navigate changes to Ontario’s condo laws.

 MichelleMichelle Ervin, Editor - CondoBusiness

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How might Ontario’s development landscape shift as the Progressive Conservatives (PCs) take over the provincial policy levers from a 15-year-old Liberal government?

Is it time for condo boards and property managers to brace for reefer madness? It may depend on which condo lawyer they ask.

A hoarded unit can contain a mix of rubbish, including rotten food items, wet garbage, soiled clothing, electronics, furniture, paper and items that may have been retrieved from the trash. This mix of rubbish can almost be ceiling high in extreme cases. 

Water bills are probably not getting the attention they deserve in condo corporations. Many recipients simply pay these bills without questioning where the charges come from. But, how does a board of directors or manager know if a condo corporation is paying for water use from normal activities or from undetected leaks and inefficient appliances?

The American Institute of Architects strongly encourages building owners and managers to install entry matting at all key building entries.

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