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Matters Falling Outside the CAT’s Jurisdiction

James Davidson

Publication date:
April 21, 2023
Article Summary: 

Discusses the jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) in Ontario, Canada, and identifies certain matters that fall outside its jurisdiction. The post explains that while the CAT has jurisdiction over certain types of disputes, there are certain categories of issues that are excluded from its purview. These include matters related to the interpretation, enforceability, or validity of declarations, by-laws, or rules, as well as disputes involving issues of human rights, defamation, or personal injury. The post provides clarity on the scope of the CAT's jurisdiction and emphasizes the need for parties to seek appropriate forums for resolving disputes that fall outside the CAT's mandate.


DHA Condo Law, Blog, CAT, Condominium Authority Tribunal, Jurisdiction, Ontario, Disputes, Declarations, By-laws, Rules, Excluded matters, Interpretation, Enforceability, Validity, Human rights, Defamation, Personal injury, Dispute resolution.

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James Davidson

Matters Falling Outside the CAT’s Jurisdiction
April 21, 2023
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