A recent CAT decision dealt with a situation in which the nuisance alleged did not fall within one of the specified categories of nuisance over which the CAT has jurisdiction. In such a circumstance, there may be a provision within the condominium’s governing documents that may assist.
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In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) declined to order that a dog be removed from the property. The Tribunal held that the Board’s decision to demand the dog’s removal was not “reasoned and reasonable”.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has again confirmed that the CAT can decide accommodation issues related to an alleged service animal.
As mentioned in our Blog of October 18, 2021, the temporary measures were most recently extended to September 30, 2022