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Grandparenting Not Required for Rule to Be Reasonable

robson carpenter
Publication date:
December 3, 2019
Article Summary: 

In this blog post, the author discusses a recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice which held that a condominium rule prohibiting short-term rentals was not required to include a "grandparenting" provision to be reasonable. The court found that the rule was clear and unambiguous and that unit owners had sufficient notice of the rule. The author explains the importance of having clear and unambiguous rules in a condominium and the implications of this decision for condominium corporations seeking to implement similar rules.


Ontario Superior Court of Justice, condominium rule, short-term rentals, grandparenting provision, reasonable, clear and unambiguous rules, unit owners.

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robson carpenter
Grandparenting Not Required for Rule to Be Reasonable
December 3, 2019
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