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CAT – A Study Of Growth In A Consent Order (And Costs Against An Owner)

Andrea Lusk
Publication date:
August 15, 2022
Article Summary: 

The article discusses a legal case where a condominium corporation applied to the court to order a unit owner to remove a cat from the unit. The court found that the cat was causing issues for the other residents and ordered the owner to remove the cat. However, the court also found that the condominium corporation had acted unreasonably in its enforcement efforts and ordered it to pay the owner's legal costs. The article emphasizes the importance of balancing the rights of unit owners with the responsibilities of the condominium corporation and complying with the Condominium Act.


legal case, condominium corporation, unit owner, cat, court order, Condominium Act.

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Andrea Lusk
CAT – A Study Of Growth In A Consent Order (And Costs Against An Owner)
August 15, 2022
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