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Can condo corporations tow cars who are in breach of parking rules?

Condo Adviser
Publication date:
March 17, 2023
Article Summary: 

The Condo Tribunal ruled on a case involving a car being towed due to a parking rules violation. The condo's rules required all occupants to comply with traffic and parking rules established by the board and display parking passes. The owner's car was towed for failing to display the pass, resulting in a fine and towing fees. The Tribunal found that while issuing a ticket was reasonable, towing the car was not, given that the owner was new and not a chronic offender. The Tribunal emphasized the importance of reasonableness in enforcement actions, suggesting that towing might be appropriate in more serious or repeated cases. Consistency in enforcement and clear communication of rules to all owners are crucial considerations in such cases.


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Condo Adviser
Can condo corporations tow cars who are in breach of parking rules?
March 17, 2023
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