Gerry Hyman was the first inductee into the Canadian Condominium Institute's Hall of Fame. He is a Toronto lawyer, practising in the corporate / commercial field with emphasis on condominium law.
In November, 1982 Gerry joined CCI. Since then he has been a professional member in good standing, receiving the designation of Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI) in 1983. In 1998 Gerry was awarded the status of Fellow of the Canadian Condominium Institute for his lengthy and outstanding service to the industry. Gerry served on the National Board from its inception until his resignation in late 2002. He was CCI's National President during the 1988 - 1989 term. He has been CCI's Executive Vice President and has participated on many committees, as chair or committee member. Gerry continues as an active member of the National Constitution Committee. We frequently see Gerry as a legal panellist at the annual condominium conference.
Provincially, Gerry played an active role in meetings with Ontario government representatives and in the preparing briefs from CCI and a joint committee of CCI and the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario in regard to the current Ontario Condominium Act. He has written numerous condominium articles and is the author of the Ontario "Condominium Handbook" published by CCI. Gerry has lectured and conducted seminars in condominium law for the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Canadian Condominium Institute, Humber College and Condominium Magazine. He writes a bi-weekly condominium column in the Homes and Condos section of the Toronto Star.
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