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CAT Declines to Dismiss Applications as Vexatious

James Davidson
Publication date:
August 4, 2021
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses a recent decision by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) in Ontario, Canada, in which it declined to dismiss applications as vexatious. The article explains that the CAT received multiple applications from a unit owner related to various issues in the condo corporation. The condo corporation argued that the applications were frivolous and vexatious and requested that they be dismissed. However, the CAT found that the applications were not frivolous or vexatious and that the unit owner had a legitimate interest in the issues raised. The article suggests that this decision reinforces the importance of considering each application on its own merits and avoiding the use of labels such as "vexatious."


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James Davidson
CAT Declines to Dismiss Applications as Vexatious
August 4, 2021
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