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Jasper Developments Corp. v. York Condominium Corporation No. 82 - 2022 ONCAT 37 - 2022-04-19






In the case of Jasper Developments Corp. v. York Condominium Corporation No. 82 (2022 ONCAT 37), the dispute between the parties was related to a Request for Records. The matter was resolved during the Stage 2 process, and the parties reached a settlement. As a result, a Consent Order was issued with the agreement of both parties. The order specifies that York Condominium Corporation No. 82 will provide Jasper Developments Corp. with $75.00 to cover the Tribunal filing fees within 30 days of the date of the Consent Order, and the case is to be closed.


CAT Decisions - Consent Order
Access to Records
Fees, Costs, Penalties


Quick Verdict:
The case was resolved through a Consent Order, with both parties agreeing to a financial settlement, emphasizing the value of negotiated resolutions in condominium-related disputes. The Consent Order facilitated the efficient closure of the case.

Negotiated settlements can be an effective and efficient way to resolve condominium-related disputes, saving time and resources for all parties involved.


Resolution Through Consent: The case was resolved through a Consent Order, indicating that both parties reached an agreement.

Access to Records Dispute: The initial dispute revolved around a Request for Records, highlighting the importance of access to information in condominium-related matters.

Financial Settlement: As part of the consent agreement, the respondent agreed to provide the applicant with $75.00 to cover Tribunal filing fees, underscoring the role of financial settlements in such cases.

Efficient Case Closure: The Consent Order allowed for the efficient closure of the case, demonstrating the Tribunal's commitment to facilitating resolutions and minimizing protracted legal proceedings.

Adherence to the Condominium Act: The case falls under the provisions of the Condominium Act, 1998, which governs various aspects of condominium-related disputes and regulations in Ontario.


Consider Negotiation: Parties involved in condominium-related disputes should explore negotiation and settlement options. Consent Orders can lead to efficient and mutually acceptable resolutions.

Maintain Records: Condominium corporations should keep records related to disputes and requests for records to ensure compliance with the Condominium Act, 1998, and facilitate potential resolutions.

Legal Representation: Parties may benefit from legal representation to navigate complex condominium disputes effectively and ensure their rights are protected.

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