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How many motorcycles can be parked in a condo parking?

Condo Adviser
Publication date:
January 13, 2023
Article Summary: 

In a recent case before the Condo Authority Tribunal (CAT), the issue was whether a condo owner could "triple park" three motorcycles in his parking spot, which was against the condo corporation's governing documents. The corporation's declaration stated that each parking unit could be used only for one motor vehicle, which included motorcycles. The owner triple parked the motorcycles despite receiving letters from management requesting removal. The corporation initiated a CAT application, and although the owner was aware of the case, he chose not to participate. The CAT ruled in favor of the corporation, ordering the owner to immediately cease triple parking and comply with the parking restrictions. The owner was also ordered to pay fees and costs associated with the case. This decision shows that the CAT is asserting its jurisdiction over parking disputes in condominiums and emphasizes the importance of adhering to governing documents and parking rules.


Condo Authority Tribunal, parking dispute, condominiums, parking restrictions, governing documents, parking rules, CAT application, triple parking, motor vehicles.

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Condo Adviser
How many motorcycles can be parked in a condo parking?
January 13, 2023
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