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Enforcing a Condo’s Governing Documents

Publication date:
December 18, 2020
Article Summary: 

The article discusses how condominium corporations in Ontario can enforce their governing documents when residents or their guests do not follow the rules. It emphasizes the importance of proper investigation, communication, escalation, and, if necessary, litigation to address various common issues such as noise, odors, pets, and parking. The hypothetical scenario of a noisy resident and the steps taken by the corporation to address the problem are used to illustrate the enforcement process.


Condominium, governing documents, enforcement, compliance, rules, declaration, bylaws, Condominium Act, investigation, communication, escalation, litigation, mediation, arbitration, noise, residents, guests, Ontario.

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Enforcing a Condo’s Governing Documents
December 18, 2020
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