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Additional Clarity Respecting Nuisances and Costs at the CAT

James Davidson
Publication date:
October 18, 2022
Article Summary: 

The CAT ordered a landlord to stop a tenant's activities that were considered nuisances and that the landlord had not taken reasonable steps to change or end the behavior despite requests and warnings from the condominium corporation. The CAT ordered the landlord to pay all of the condominium corporation's "Pre-CAT" legal costs and half of the "In-CAT" cost award, and the tenant was ordered to pay the other half. The decision also clarified that a proceeding at the Landlord and Tenant Board does not automatically dismiss a CAT proceeding if the parties and issues are different in the two proceedings.


CAT, costs, indemnification provision, nuisance, governing documents, legal costs.

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James Davidson
Additional Clarity Respecting Nuisances and Costs at the CAT
October 18, 2022
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