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Harassment In The Condominium Setting

James Davidson
Publication date:
November 4, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses harassment in Ontario condominium communities. While there is no general tort of harassment in Ontario, members of a condominium community can be stopped by court order from harassing other members. This can be based on contravention of Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety legislation, Section 117 of the Condominium Act, 1998, provisions in the condominium's Declaration or Rules, or the Human Rights Code. The author recommends that all condominium corporations consider passing rules to prohibit violence and harassment.


Ontario condominium communities, harassment, court order, Occupational Health and Safety legislation, Condominium Act 1998, Declaration or Rules, Human Rights Code, condominium corporations, passing rules.

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James Davidson
Harassment In The Condominium Setting
November 4, 2019
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