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CAT Case Deals with Parking and Compensation

James Davidson
Publication date:
March 11, 2021
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses a recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision involving a condo corporation and a unit owner who sought compensation for the loss of her parking spot due to a building renovation. The court ultimately found in favor of the unit owner, ruling that the corporation had breached its duty to maintain and repair common elements. The post concludes with some takeaways for condo corporations and owners regarding the importance of communication and cooperation in resolving disputes.


Ontario Court of Appeal, condo corporation, unit owner, parking spot, building renovation, duty to maintain and repair, common elements, communication, cooperation, dispute resolution.

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James Davidson
CAT Case Deals with Parking and Compensation
March 11, 2021
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