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The CAT Bites Landlord for Ignoring Noisy Tenants

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
March 2, 2023
Article Summary: 

The blog post from Robson Carpenter LLP discusses a case where the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) ruled against a landlord for failing to address noise complaints from other residents. The post provides an overview of the case, highlighting the importance of addressing noise-related issues promptly and effectively. It explains the role of the CAT in resolving disputes between condominium owners and occupants and emphasizes the need for landlords to take noise complaints seriously and take appropriate measures to address them. The post also emphasizes the significance of maintaining a peaceful and harmonious living environment within condominium communities and encourages proactive communication and cooperation between landlords, tenants, and condominium boards.


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Michelle Kelly
The CAT Bites Landlord for Ignoring Noisy Tenants
March 2, 2023
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