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Accommodating Disabled Condo Residents

Denise Lash
Publication date:
September 6, 2018
Article Summary: 

Condominium associations must make reasonable accommodations for disabled residents to comply with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Failure to do so may result in discrimination claims and costly damages. Procedural and substantive components of the duty to accommodate require timely consideration and appropriate responses to accommodation requests. Recent cases in Hawaii and the US highlight the importance of accommodating disabled residents, including exceptions for pets and flooring preferences.


accommodation requests, disability, discrimination, Ontario Human Rights Code, condominium associations

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Denise Lash
Accommodating Disabled Condo Residents
September 6, 2018
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