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Watson v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 544 - 2024 ONCAT 18 - 2024-02-02


WPCC 544


Fri Feb 02 2024 05:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


Watson v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 544 addresses concerns over visitor parking violations within the condominium complex. The applicant, alleged widespread violations, leading to inconsistent enforcement of parking rules. The tribunal found that while violations were not as widespread as claimed, there were significant instances of non-compliance. A consent order was issued, requiring the corporation to enforce parking rules consistently and consider low-cost solutions to address violations.


CAT Decisions - Decision
Compliance with Governing Documents
Parking and Storage
Reasonableness and/or Consistency of Governing Documents


Condominium corporations must diligently enforce parking rules to ensure fair access to amenities and maintain community harmony. Clear communication and low-cost solutions can help address parking issues effectively.


Consistent enforcement of parking rules is essential for maintaining order and fairness within condominium communities.
Effective communication between condominium corporations and residents is crucial for addressing parking issues promptly.
Low-cost solutions should be explored to mitigate parking violations and maintain harmony among residents.


Implement a robust system for issuing permits and monitoring parking to enforce rules consistently.
Explore low-cost enforcement options such as ticketing for violations or implementing community awareness campaigns.
Foster open communication channels between residents and the condominium corporation to address parking concerns promptly and transparently.

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