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Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1031 v. Lengyel - 2024 ONCAT 10 - 2024-01-12


MTCC 1031


Fri Jan 12 2024 05:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) rendered a decision in the case of Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1031 v. Lengyel. The Respondent submitted a motion requesting a confidentiality order, dismissal of the case, or a 90-day adjournment. The CAT granted a confidentiality order due to the presence of personal and medical information. However, the motion to dismiss was denied, as the issues were not deemed minor, and the case had a reasonable prospect of success. A 90-day adjournment was granted, allowing the Respondent time to prepare for participation. The CAT emphasized fairness and the need to proceed expeditiously.


CAT Decisions - Motion Order
Compliance with Governing Documents
Indemnification or Compensation
Parking and Storage


The CAT emphasizes the importance of balancing confidentiality, fairness, and expeditious resolution when considering motions and requests in condominium disputes.


Confidentiality orders may be granted to protect personal and medical information.
Dismissal may be denied if the case involves significant issues and has a reasonable prospect of success.
Adjournments can be granted for a limited period to ensure fair participation.


Parties should be cautious about submitting sensitive information and may request confidentiality orders when necessary.
The CAT encourages timely resolution and fair participation, even when facing disputes of ongoing legal matters.
Requesting accommodations should be accompanied by specific information to facilitate a fair and accessible process.

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