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A Condominium Corporation’s Access Rights

James Davidson
Publication date:
July 29, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the rights of a condominium corporation to access owners' units, as addressed in a recent case in the Ontario Superior Court. In the case of MTCC 1328 v. 2145401 Ontario Inc., the condominium corporation sought access to an owner's unit due to complaints about noise and vibration. The Court granted the requested access, stating that the corporation had the right to enter the unit on reasonable notice in order to investigate and resolve any problems. The article emphasizes that the request for entry must be reasonable and need not be predicated on an assessment of whether there has been a breach of the declaration or the Act at this stage.


condominium corporation, access rights, Ontario Superior Court, reasonable notice, investigation, and resolution.

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James Davidson
A Condominium Corporation’s Access Rights
July 29, 2019
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