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Part 1—A Layman’s Insight into CAT Cases

Trish Kaplan
Publication date:
June 3, 2022
Article Summary: 

This article provides a layman's insight into Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) cases and their importance in understanding condominium-related disputes. The CAT is an online tribunal that deals with disputes between condominium corporations and unit owners. It has the authority to hear disputes about pets, vehicles, parking, storage, settlement agreements, and nuisances. The article emphasizes the importance of familiarizing oneself with the corporation's governing documents and rules, ensuring clarity in rules and enforcement practices, and being aware of codes like the Ontario Human Rights Code when dealing with disputes. The need for adequate record-keeping and proper documentation of board meetings is also highlighted as essential for resolving disputes and enforcing condominium rules effectively.


Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT), Protecting Condominium Owners Act, condominium disputes, governing documents, enforcement, rules, Ontario Human Rights Code, record-keeping, board meetings.

Source Citation: 
Trish Kaplan
Part 1—A Layman’s Insight into CAT Cases
June 3, 2022
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