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An Important CAT Case About Compensation and Costs

James Davidson
Publication date:
March 1, 2023
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In the TSCC 2804 v. Micoli case, a tenant and co-resident were found to be disruptive to other residents of a condominium due to excessive noise and improperly leaving items on common elements. The Tribunal ordered the tenant and landlord to comply with governing documents and for the landlord to ensure all occupants of the unit comply. The Tribunal awarded compensation and costs, separating legal expenses into two categories. Legal expenses through mediation may be recoverable as compensation and costs under the Condominium Act, subject to recovery limits and the CAT’s Rules and Practice Direction. Landlords and tenants have simultaneous obligations to comply with governing documents.


CAT, compensation, costs, condominium, legal expenses, tenant, home owner

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James Davidson
An Important CAT Case About Compensation and Costs
March 1, 2023
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