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City Regulation Of Short-Term Rentals – An Update

Nicole Robinson
Publication date:
April 30, 2021
Article Summary: 

The blog post provides an update on the regulation of short-term rentals in Toronto. It explains that the city's short-term rental regulations came into effect on September 10, 2020, and require operators to obtain a license and follow specific rules. The post also discusses recent developments, including a decision by the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal that upheld the city's regulations and a decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice that struck down a similar bylaw in Ottawa. The post concludes by advising condominium corporations to review their governing documents and determine whether any amendments are necessary to address short-term rentals.


Toronto, short-term rentals, regulations, license, Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, condominium corporations, governing documents, amendments.

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Nicole Robinson
City Regulation Of Short-Term Rentals – An Update
April 30, 2021
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