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Decisions From the Ontario Courts: Case Law Update

Caleb Edwards, Emily Ng, Jason Rivait
Publication date:
July 12, 2019
Article Summary: 

The case law update from the Summer 2019 issue of CCI Toronto Condovoice Magazine includes three legal cases related to condominiums in Ontario. The first case involves the removal of a vexatious litigant from the board and issues related to legal costs and lien against the unit owner. The second case discusses the owner's right to access and examine certain records and the condominium corporation's obligations to provide redacted copies of the records. The third case examines self-dealing arrangements by the declarant when controlling the board of the condominium and the court's ruling on oppressive conduct and insufficient disclosure.


Condominium Act, Ontario Courts, Legal Cases, Vexatious Litigant, Legal Costs, Lien, Records Access, Redacted Copies, Self-Dealing, Declarant, Oppressive Conduct, Insufficient Disclosure.

Source Citation: 
Caleb Edwards, Emily Ng, Jason Rivait
Decisions From the Ontario Courts: Case Law Update
July 12, 2019
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