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






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


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.


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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