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Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1031 v. Lengyel - 2024 ONCAT 47 - 2024-03-25


MTCC 1031


Mon Mar 25 2024 04:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1031 brought a case against the respondent regarding accessible parking space allocation. The respondent requested a delay citing medical reasons and the need for accommodations. The Tribunal Chair, Ian Darling, denied the adjournment, stating that the medical reasons had already been considered, and accommodation requests could be addressed during the proceedings. A confidentiality order was issued to protect sensitive information.


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


The Tribunal prioritizes the timely resolution of cases and considers each adjournment request carefully, ensuring fairness to all parties involved. Parties should provide new and relevant information to support their requests, and accommodation needs should be addressed within the framework of the proceedings.


The Tribunal may deny adjournment requests if they are based on previously considered grounds.
Medical reasons previously addressed may not warrant further delay.
Accommodation requests for disability-related needs can be addressed during the proceedings.
Confidentiality orders may be issued to protect sensitive information submitted during the case.


Parties involved in Tribunal proceedings should ensure that their requests for adjournment or accommodation are supported by new and relevant information. They should also be mindful of confidentiality concerns and comply with any orders issued by the Tribunal to protect sensitive information

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