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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
December 19, 2023
Happy Holidays!

This feels like a time, more than ever, for togetherness. Our holiday wish this year is that we grow our

By DHA Team, | Article
October 13, 2023
The CAT Does Not Have Jurisdiction to Deal With Repair and Maintenance

In previous blogs, we’ve noted that the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) does not have jurisdiction to deal with repair and maintenance issues. However, some repair and maintenance issues may be the result of an “activity” or may result from a breach of the condominium’s governing documents, both of which can fall within the CAT’s jurisdiction. This was explained again in a recent CAT decision.

By James Davidson, | Article

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