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Always Act Reasonably – the Amlani Decision and a Lesson from the Court

Tony Bui
Publication date:
July 13, 2020
Article Summary: 

In this blog post, the author discusses the Amlani v. YCC 473 case, which involved a dispute over the installation of hardwood flooring in a condominium unit. The court ultimately ruled that the unit owner had breached the condominium corporation's rules and bylaws by installing the flooring without permission, and that the corporation had acted reasonably in enforcing its rules. The author emphasizes the importance of acting reasonably and following the rules in condominium living, as well as the significance of the court's decision in clarifying the rights and responsibilities of both unit owners and condominium corporations.


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Tony Bui
Always Act Reasonably – the Amlani Decision and a Lesson from the Court
July 13, 2020
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