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Rights of Entry 2.0: Is A Man's Condo (Still) His Castle?

Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin
Publication date:
May 30, 2019
Article Summary: 

Discusses the rights of a condominium board to enter a unit for inspection purposes, such as investigating complaints and ensuring compliance with the Condominium Act. The article highlights a court case where a condominium board had concerns over the structural integrity of a unit owner's renovations to their stairs and issued a notice to enter for inspection. The court ultimately ruled in favor of the condominium corporation, emphasizing that boards have a duty to manage and investigate complaints.


Condominium, Rights of entry, Inspection, Unit owner, Structural integrity, Compliance, Condominium Act, Board duties, Court case.

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Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin
Rights of Entry 2.0: Is A Man's Condo (Still) His Castle?
May 30, 2019
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