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Decisions From the Ontario Courts - Vexatious Litigant

Jason Rivait, Caleb Edwards, Natasha Smith
Publication date:
July 20, 2018
Article Summary: 

The article discusses three different cases from the Ontario courts. In "Sennek v. Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 116," the Superior Court of Justice decided that a condominium corporation was entitled to over $100,000 in costs for the removal of a flowerbox and other litigation related to compliance issues. In "Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 723 v. Reino," the Court of Appeal ruled that a condominium corporation is not precluded from issuing anything other than a clean status certificate when it becomes aware of non-compliance issues with a unit. In "White Snow and Sunshine Holdings Inc. v Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 561," the Court of Appeal upheld the lower court's decision that a commercial unit owner in a residential building is not entitled to access recreational amenities restricted to residential unit owners.


Ontario, Condominium Act 1998, Vexatious Litigant, Costs, Flowerbox, Compliance, Status Certificate, Declaration, Common Elements, Recreational Amenities, Commercial Unit Owner.

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Jason Rivait, Caleb Edwards, Natasha Smith
Decisions From the Ontario Courts - Vexatious Litigant
July 20, 2018
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