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The Nuances of Limitation Periods 

A limitation period sets a deadline for when a legal proceeding may be pursued. Most people are aware that the standard limitation period is two-years, but are unaware of the exemptions to that time limit and circumstances that actually initiate this time limit. 

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“In Camera” Meetings

An “in camera meeting” means a private or closed meeting of the board; this means that only the board members and if the specific circumstances dictate, others required for the discussion attend the meeting.

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Condos & Covid-19

Condominiums have some unique challenges to maintain proper social distancing and trying to minimize transmission of this virus. Listen to the webinar to deal with concerns around AGMs, condominium fees, use of common areas, and general information sharing.

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Privacy In Condominiums

Privacy amongst condominium owners is quickly becoming an issue of concern. This concern is compounded by the advent of new technologies, like video doorbells Ring or Nest, which remotely allow a condominium owner to view people at his or her door. The questions is; how much privacy should a condominium owner expect?

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