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Condo Cases Across Canada

James Davidson
Publication date:
May 16, 2019
Article Summary: 

This article covers condo cases from different provinces in Canada, including British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario. In British Columbia, the Court of Appeal upheld a strata corporation's rental restriction bylaw, and a valid shared facilities agreement was found to exist between the parties. In Manitoba, the court declared the condominium corporation to be the beneficial owner of a parking unit, which the developer had made a unit rather than a common element. In Ontario, the court determined that a borrowing bylaw was properly passed by a condominium corporation while under the control of an administrator.


Condo Cases, Canada, British Columbia, Strata Corporation, Rental Restriction Bylaw, Shared Facilities Agreement, Manitoba, Condominium Corporation, Parking Unit, Developer, Ontario, Borrowing Bylaw, Administrator, Voting, Validly Passed.

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James Davidson
Condo Cases Across Canada
May 16, 2019
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