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Common Elements Causing Noise Disturbances – A recent case

Publication date:
July 19, 2022
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses the issue of noise from common elements in condominium buildings in Ontario, Canada. Common elements are parts of the building that are owned collectively by all unit owners, such as hallways, elevators, and HVAC systems.

The blog explains that noise from common elements can be a significant source of disturbance for residents, particularly those living near elevators or mechanical rooms. It highlights the legal obligations of condominium corporations to address noise issues, including the responsibility to maintain and repair common elements to prevent excessive noise.

The blog further discusses the potential solutions to common element noise, such as upgrading mechanical systems and installing noise-reducing materials. It also highlights the importance of communication between condominium corporations and unit owners in addressing noise issues.


Common elements, noise, condominium buildings, Ontario, Canada, disturbance, elevators, mechanical rooms, legal obligations, maintenance, repair, excessive noise, solutions, mechanical systems, noise-reducing materials, communication, condominium corporations, unit owners.

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Common Elements Causing Noise Disturbances – A recent case
July 19, 2022
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