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Unit Owner Goes To Human Rights Tribunal Over Condo’s Prohibition On Rentals

Author: 
Denise Lash
Publication date:
November 12, 2019
Article Summary: 

A condo unit owner in British Columbia filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal alleging discrimination by her strata corporation for refusing to allow her to rent out her second bedroom on a short-term basis due to her disabilities. Despite her financial hardship, the Tribunal determined that her disability was not a direct factor in her need to rent out the room, thus dismissing her complaint.

Keywords: 

unit owner, Human Rights Tribunal, Ontario, condominium, rental prohibition, owners, income, investment, disabilities, low income, legal implications, condo corporations, balancing interests.

Source Citation: 
Denise Lash
Unit Owner Goes To Human Rights Tribunal Over Condo’s Prohibition On Rentals
November 12, 2019
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