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Not all Breaches Require a Remedy – A Recent Condo Case

Josh Milgrom
Publication date:
April 5, 2022
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This blog post discusses a recent Ontario case where a condominium corporation failed to prove that it suffered a loss from a breach of a unit owner's obligations. The court ruled that not all breaches require a remedy and the corporation was not entitled to compensation. The article explains the importance of carefully considering whether a breach has caused harm before pursuing legal action.


Ontario case, condominium corporation, breach, unit owner, remedy, compensation, legal action.

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Josh Milgrom
Not all Breaches Require a Remedy – A Recent Condo Case
April 5, 2022
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