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Legislative Newsflash: Case Law Update: Tharani Holdings Decision

CCI-Toronto Chapter
Publication date:
February 25, 2022
Article Summary: 

The Tharani Holdings Inc. v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corp. No. 812 case involved an applicant alleging breaches of the Condominium Act, 1998 and the corporation's governing documents by the board of directors during an election. The court dismissed the application, stating that not every technical breach will merit a remedy, especially when there is no evidence of actual harm. The Court of Appeal upheld the decision, emphasizing the need for a purposive and practical approach in considering allegations of breach in condominium corporations and their boards. It is advised that corporations seek legal advice for their specific issues.


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CCI-Toronto Chapter
Legislative Newsflash: Case Law Update: Tharani Holdings Decision
February 25, 2022
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