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Condominium Authority Tribunal Declines To Order Removal Of Dog

James Davidson
Publication date:
September 7, 2022
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The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has declined to order the removal of a dog that had attacked and injured another dog in a condominium building. The Board of the Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 2208 demanded the dog's permanent removal, but the CAT found that the board's decision was not a "reasoned and reasonable" one due to a lack of proper investigation into the incident. The CAT ordered the condominium corporation to pay partial legal costs of $5,000 to the dog owners for failing to resolve the dispute before the hearing. The decision confirms that a fair and reasoned process must be followed before making a decision to remove a pet.


Condominium Authority Tribunal, dog attack, nuisance, pet removal, CAT hearing, legal costs, fair and reasoned process.

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James Davidson
Condominium Authority Tribunal Declines To Order Removal Of Dog
September 7, 2022
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