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Condo Policies – Condo Authority Tribunal Decision

Natalia Polis
Publication date:
April 22, 2021
Article Summary: 

In this blog post, the author discusses a recent decision by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) regarding the enforcement of a condominium corporation's policies. The case involved a dispute between a unit owner and the corporation regarding the owner's use of the building's amenity space. The owner argued that the corporation's policies regarding the use of the space were unfair and discriminatory, while the corporation maintained that the policies were necessary to ensure that the space was available to all residents.

The CAT ultimately ruled in favor of the corporation, stating that the policies were reasonable and necessary to ensure fair use of the amenity space. The author notes that this decision reinforces the importance of having clear and reasonable policies in place, and highlights the role of the CAT in resolving disputes between condominium corporations and unit owners.


Condominium Authority Tribunal, CAT, condo policies, amenity space, unit owner, condominium corporation, enforcement, dispute resolution, fair use.

Source Citation: 
Natalia Polis
Condo Policies – Condo Authority Tribunal Decision
April 22, 2021
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