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Enforcing a Condo's Governing Documents

Luis Hernandez
Publication date:
April 1, 2020
Article Summary: 

In the Spring 2020 issue of the CCI Toronto Condovoice Magazine, an article discusses how a condominium corporation can enforce its governing documents when a resident or their guests do not follow the rules. The process involves four steps: investigation, communication, escalation, and, if necessary, litigation. The article provides a hypothetical scenario involving noise complaints from neighboring residents against a tenant, and how the property manager handles the situation by investigating the complaints, communicating with all parties involved, escalating warnings, and potentially considering litigation if the issues persist.


Condominium Corporation, Governing Documents, Enforcement, Compliance, Rules, Declaration, By-Laws, Condominium Act, Noise Complaints, Investigation, Communication, Escalation, Litigation, Property Manager, Tenant, Owner, Mediation, Arbitration, File Building.

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Luis Hernandez
Enforcing a Condo's Governing Documents
April 1, 2020
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