Fed up with the arguing and the frustration of trying to settle a dispute? Tired of dealing with a dysfunctional condo board? Do you have a bully on your condo board? Are you apprehensive of the expenses, excessive time lines, and the publicity associated with going to court? Great news! We offer consultations to determine what how we can best serve you to find the solutions you need. We can also help with condominium bylaw amendments and changes.
In the mediation process, both parties agree to have a Mediator guide the parties in identifying common concerns and explore options. The process is confidential, slightly less expensive than arbitration, and an agreement to settle a dispute can be achieved very quickly. The agreement achieved is generally adhered to but not necessarily legally binding. Gerrit has assisted parties in settling a dispute in a matter of hours.
In the arbitration process, both parties choose and agree to have an Arbitrator consider and evaluate the presentation of both parties and then render a decision or an award. Both parties may have technical and legal expertise participate. The process is generally much quicker and less expensive than a court procedure. The decision or award is confidential and is generally legally binding. As an arbitrator, Gerrit Roosenboom can render a binding decision.