In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal ordered a resident to pay for an air purifier that was purchased by a neighbour as protection from the resident’s smoking.
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In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) dealt with complaints about noise, and tried to find a balance between the condominium corporation’s enforcement obligations and the actions of the complainer.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) ordered a tenant to stop smoking cannabis in contravention of the condominium corporation’s rules.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal ordered that the Condominium Corporation create statutorily required records, pay a penalty; and also ordered the current Directors to take/re-take the CAO’s Director training, due to the Corporation’s failure to properly maintain records required under the Act.
Condo Cases Across Canada celebrates 20 years of excellent case law summaries. DHA’s very own Jim Davidson has now summarized over 1,100 condo cases which provide insightful summaries and comments on the law as it has evolved over the years – all in a searchable database.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) ordered that a dog be removed because the dog exceeded the weight limit in the condominium corporation’s Rules and also because the dog was a nuisance. In doing so, the CAT also held that the dog owner had not proven a right to keep the dog due to a disability.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) held that a resident needed her dog for human rights reasons, and was therefore entitled to keep her dog even though the dog exceeded weight limits in the condominium corporation’s rules and was also a prohibited breed under the condominium corporation’s rules.
The 2022 DHA Holiday Q&A Extravaganza
2022 was an important year in Ontario condominium law and administration. Here’s our list of the key cases from 2022. Early in 2023, we will be posting a separate blog about other key 2022 events and some things to watch for in 2023.
Happy Holidays from the DHA team! In lieu of sending greeting cards this year, we have made donations to numerous local charities. We extend our very best wishes to you for wellness and connection over the holidays.
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) held that a recording of the condominium’s AGM was a record of the corporation (at least in that particular case).
In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) held that certain reports prepared by a consultant – which had not yet been formally reviewed and accepted by the Board – were not considered to be records of the condominium corporation under section 55(1) of the Condominium Act.
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Condo Cases Across Canada
A quarterly publication of the Canadian Condominium Institute, National Chapter.
Each issue contains summaries of some of the latest condominium decisions (from Courts and Administrative Tribunals) across the country. Not all cases are summarized. But most of the key condominium cases are summarized.
Editor: James Davidson, LLB., FCCI
Jim has been practicing condominium law for over 30 years. He represents condominium corporations, their directors, owners, and insurers throughout Eastern Ontario. His experience also includes building deficiencies, shared property interests, co-ownership and construction law.