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Spring Break Reading: Courts Edition

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
April 16, 2021
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses recent Ontario court decisions related to condominium law. The first case discussed involves an application for a compliance order related to a resident’s smoking within their unit, which the court granted. The second case involves a dispute between a condominium corporation and a developer regarding the interpretation of certain provisions in the condominium agreement. The court ultimately sided with the corporation. Finally, the blog discusses a case in which a condominium corporation attempted to collect outstanding fees from a former owner, but the court found that the corporation had not provided sufficient evidence of the debt. Overall, the blog provides insight into recent legal developments in the area of condominium law in Ontario.


Ontario, condominium law, compliance order, smoking, developer, condominium agreement, outstanding fees, legal developments.

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Michelle Kelly
Spring Break Reading: Courts Edition
April 16, 2021
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