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Serratore v. London Condominium Corporation No. 10 - 2024 ONCAT 24 - 2024-02-15




Thu Feb 15 2024 05:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


In the case of Serratore v. London Condominium Corporation No. 10, the applicant filed an application with the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT), which proceeded to Stage 2 - Mediation. However, on February 14, 2024, the applicant informed the CAT of their decision to withdraw the case. As a result, the CAT closed the case in Stage 2 - Mediation.


CAT Decisions - Motion Order


Withdrawal of a case during mediation allows parties to avoid further formal proceedings and maintain confidentiality of settlement discussions.


Applicants have the option to withdraw their cases at any stage of the CAT process.
Withdrawal results in the closure of the case, saving time and resources for both parties.
Settlement-related messages and offers exchanged during mediation are confidential and cannot be shared without permission.
Withdrawal does not prevent sharing of case-related documents if required by law.
Effective communication between parties can facilitate amicable resolution and avoid formal proceedings.


Encourage parties to explore mediation as a means of resolving disputes amicably.
Provide clear guidelines on confidentiality obligations regarding settlement discussions.
Promote awareness of the withdrawal option to parties to expedite case closure and reduce administrative burden on the tribunal.

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