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The Government is Considering Bringing Changes to the CAT

Mohiminol Khandaker
Publication date:
December 13, 2019
Article Summary: 

The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services is proposing changes to expand the scope of disputes that can be heard by the Condominium Authority Tribunal of Ontario (CAT) through a public consultation. The proposed changes will amend two existing regulations under the Condominium Act, 1998 to include disputes related to nuisance, annoyances, disruptions, provisions contained in the declaration, by-laws or rules that govern indemnification or compensation, animals, vehicles, parking and storage. The government is welcoming feedback on these proposals until January 31, 2020, and if approved, the amendments would be in effect from July 1, 2020.


CAT, Condominium Authority Tribunal, Ontario, Condominium Act, 1998, public consultation, proposed changes, disputes, regulations, nuisance, annoyances, disruptions, indemnification, compensation, animals, vehicles, parking, storage.

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Mohiminol Khandaker
The Government is Considering Bringing Changes to the CAT
December 13, 2019
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