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Year-End Review of Condominium Cases

Kiranpreet Basra, Taylor Blackwell,
Publication date:
December 29, 2022
Article Summary: 

The blog provides a year-end review of four condominium cases from 2022 heard by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT):

Nikolov v. Halton Standard Condominium Corporation No. 476: The CAT ruled in favor of the unit owner, stating that a security light installed by the condominium corporation caused an unreasonable disruption. The remedy was the installation of the light with baffles.

Jones v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 2017: The case dealt with unreasonable noise from heat pumps in units above and below. The CAT found that the condominium corporation failed to take reasonable steps to address the noise nuisance and ordered compensation to the unit owner.

Peel Condominium Corporation No. 166 v. Sithamparanathan: The condominium corporation sought the removal of a dog as no pets were allowed. The unit owner claimed accommodation under the Ontario Human Rights Code, but the CAT ruled in favor of the condominium corporation, ordering the removal of the dog.

Petrovic v. York Condominium Corporation No. 60: The case involved redacted records in response to a unit owner's request for information related to water damage. The CAT ordered the condominium corporation to provide an explanation for each redaction and reimburse the unit owner for the tribunal process costs.


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Kiranpreet Basra, Taylor Blackwell,
Year-End Review of Condominium Cases
December 29, 2022
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