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Unit and Common Element Boundaries: Not Always as “Concrete” As They Seem

Tony Bui
Publication date:
April 30, 2021
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses the issue of boundary disputes between unit owners and common elements in condominiums in Ontario, Canada. It presents two case studies where the courts had to interpret the boundaries and decide the ownership of disputed areas. The blog highlights the importance of the declaration, survey plans, and the Condominium Act in determining the boundaries. It also emphasizes the need for clear communication and documentation to avoid disputes in the future.


Ontario, Canada, condominiums, boundary disputes, unit owners, common elements, declaration, survey plans, Condominium Act, communication, documentation.

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Tony Bui
Unit and Common Element Boundaries: Not Always as “Concrete” As They Seem
April 30, 2021
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