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More on the Expanding Jurisdiction of the CAT – Particularly in Relation to Animals

James Davidson
Publication date:
October 7, 2021
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses the expanding jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) in Ontario, Canada, particularly in relation to issues related to pets and animals in condominiums. The article explains that the CAT has the power to hear disputes related to pets and animals, including disputes over pet restrictions, pet rules, and requests for accommodation for service animals. The article suggests that condo corporations should be aware of the CAT's expanded jurisdiction and ensure that their pet policies and rules are in compliance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. The article also provides examples of recent CAT decisions related to pets and animals, highlighting the importance of clear communication and documentation in resolving disputes.


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James Davidson
More on the Expanding Jurisdiction of the CAT – Particularly in Relation to Animals
October 7, 2021
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