Civil litigation, in short, is the process by which disputes are formally resolved.
Sometimes boards and their managers act for reasons other than the best interest of the corporation or in a way that does not comply with the processes and requirements for proper governance of a condominium corporation. Under the Condominium Property Act and bylaws, owners have rights and are entitled to certain protection. Sometimes, legal advice and representation is needed to properly enforce those rights and hold boards and their managers to the limit of their authority. This starts from sound and practical advice to an owner on their rights, and then developing a strategy for moving forward that fits within cost and time constraints.