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A selection of important articles and podcasts from our team

March 18, 2024
Proving the Source of Smoke

In a recent case, the Condominium Authority Tribunal determined that there was inadequate proof that a particular resident was the source of cigarette smoke (which was the subject of a complaint to the Tribunal).

By James Davidson, | Article
January 19, 2024
A Case About Unreasonable Noise From Children

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.

By Cheryll Wood, and James Davidson, | Article
January 10, 2024
Court Confirms Condominium Corporation’s Access Rights

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.

By James Davidson, | Article

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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.

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