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Another Helpful Decision About “Transitioning Back” to a No-Pets Provision

James Davidson Share
Publication date:
May 6, 2022
Article Summary: 

The article discusses a recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on the issue of transitioning back to a "no pets" provision in a condominium corporation’s declaration, bylaw or rules. The court held that the owners were not entitled to rely on the fact that pets had been permitted in the condominium for a period of time as a reason to prevent the enforcement of the "no pets" provision. The decision also provides guidance on how to approach the issue of grandfathering pets.


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James Davidson Share
Another Helpful Decision About “Transitioning Back” to a No-Pets Provision
May 6, 2022
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