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Bali v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1905 - 2024 ONCAT 21 - 2024-02-13


BTSCC 1905


Tue Feb 13 2024 05:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


In Bali v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1905, the Tribunal denied the applicant's motion to reopen and adjourn proceedings after his case closed due to inactivity. Despite the applicant's explanation for the lack of activity and his request for accommodation due to disability, the Tribunal found the delay prejudicial and inconsistent with the goal of timely dispute resolution. However, the Tribunal allowed the applicant to request reopening of the case until July 31, 2024, subject to further review.


CAT Decisions - Motion Order


Active participation, adherence to timelines, and engagement with the Tribunal process are essential for effective dispute resolution. While accommodations may be considered, they must not compromise fairness or efficiency.


Timely participation and engagement are crucial for effective dispute resolution in condominium cases.
Requests for adjournments may be denied if they risk prejudice or undermine efficiency.
Parties should adhere to timelines and actively engage with the Tribunal process to avoid case closure and potential dismissal.
Disability accommodations may be considered but are subject to review based on fairness and procedural integrity.


Provide clear guidance on timelines and expectations for parties involved in Tribunal proceedings.
Offer support and resources for parties to ensure understanding and compliance with procedural requirements.
Implement measures to facilitate timely resolution while accommodating legitimate needs for extensions or accommodations.

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