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August 20, 2010
Posted in Condo Litigation

Condo Board's Decision Making Process - A Recent Case

A recent British Columbia Strata case reinforces and articulates the court's deference to a board of directors' decision making process: a chosen course of action may be a "good" solution rather than the "best" solution. However, it does not necessarily render that decision unreasonable, if the board acts in the best interests of all the owners and endeavours to achieve the greatest good for the greatest number.  For our case summary, click here.

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