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What To Do When an Owner’s Behaviour Escalates…

Cheryll Wood
Publication date:
August 9, 2019
Article Summary: 

A recent court case in Ontario dealt with an owner whose behaviour escalated, causing concern for the safety and security of board members, their families, and the corporation's contractors. The owner's conduct included harassment, intimidation, verbal abuse, and physical assault of directors, personnel associated with, and residents of the condominium. The court granted the corporation's urgent motion for an interlocutory injunction, ordering the owner to comply with the Act, Declaration, By-laws and Rules, and specific terms were set for communicating with the corporation and its contractors. The case provides clear support for corporations that need to take action against a resident when their behavior contravenes the Act, Declaration, By-laws, and Rules and constitutes a risk to the safety and security of other residents.


compliance, caselaw, owners, behavior, interlocutory injunction.

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Cheryll Wood
What To Do When an Owner’s Behaviour Escalates…
August 9, 2019
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