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Parking Predicament: A Condo Authority Tribunal first

Alex Young
Publication date:
February 23, 2021
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses a case before the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) in Ontario, Canada, which dealt with a parking dispute between two unit owners. The post notes that the case was significant because it was the first time the CAT had been asked to adjudicate a dispute related to parking in a condominium. The post provides an overview of the case, which involved a unit owner who had been parking in a space that was not assigned to them and a neighboring unit owner who wanted to use the space. The post discusses the CAT's decision, which ultimately found in favor of the neighboring unit owner and ordered the parking space to be returned to the condominium corporation. The post also offers advice for condo corporations and unit owners on how to avoid parking disputes and how to resolve them effectively if they do arise.


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Alex Young
Parking Predicament: A Condo Authority Tribunal first
February 23, 2021
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