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Decisions From the Ontario Courts: Archaic Solicitors Act Fails and War in the Muskokas

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MEGAN MOLLOY, JULIA WHITE
Publication date:
April 12, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses two court cases related to condominium matters. In the first case, Temedio v. Niagara North Condominium Corporation No.6, the court dealt with the obscure and confusing process of determining liability for legal accounts under the Solicitors Act, 1990. The court held that the plaintiff was not entitled to an assessment of legal fees but could request one based on special circumstances. In the second case, Noguera v. Muskoka Condominium Corporation No. 22, the court found that the condo board's treatment of the plaintiff, including trying to retract approval for alterations and presenting an onerous agreement, was oppressive and unfairly prejudicial, resulting in damages of $10,000.

Keywords: 

Temedio v. Niagara North Condominium Corporation No.6, Solicitors Act, legal fees, condominium corporation, special circumstances, Noguera v. Muskoka Condominium Corporation No. 22, oppression remedy, section 98 agreement, condo board, alterations, damages.



Source Citation: 
MEGAN MOLLOY, JULIA WHITE
Decisions From the Ontario Courts: Archaic Solicitors Act Fails and War in the Muskokas
April 12, 2019
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