In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) held that a resident was permitted to keep her dog as an “emotional support animal” (ESA).
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In a recent case, the residents of a unit asserted a right to smoke in the unit based (among other things) upon nicotine addiction. The B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal rejected the occupants’ arguments.
Condominium Corporations Are Not Authorized to Release Owners’ Emails to Third Parties Without Clear Consent of the Owners
We have received a number of enquiries recently about whether the condominium corporation can release the Corporation’s list of owner email addresses to owners or third parties (like the Condominium Authority of Ontario). The short answer is no.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) ordered a condominium resident to take steps to reduce noise caused by the resident’s children. The case shows that other condominium residents are not obligated to tolerate all noise caused by children.
In a recent case, the Ontario Superior Court confirmed the rights of a condominium corporation to gain access to a unit and to the owner’s exclusive-use balcony in order to attend to the corporation’s obligations to maintain other parts of the common elements.
Episode 38 - 2023 Holiday Q&A with DHA