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The CAT Deals With Complaints About Noise

James Davidson
Publication date:
January 23, 2023
Article Summary: 

The article recounts a case involving a condominium corporation's response to noise complaints from an owner regarding intermittent party noise from an upper unit. Despite the corporation's efforts to address the issue, the Tribunal found their response lacking and ordered compliance with noise rules. However, the Tribunal also criticized the complainant's aggressive behavior and lack of remorse. Ultimately, the Tribunal didn't order compensation but required compliance with rules and the publication of its decision by the corporation. The article highlights the challenges faced by condominium corporations in dealing with difficult complainants and emphasizes the importance of fair and impartial consideration of complaints.


CAT, condominium corporation, noise complaints, enforcement, Tribunal, compliance, rules, aggressive behavior, fair consideration.

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James Davidson
The CAT Deals With Complaints About Noise
January 23, 2023
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