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December 14, 2021 - Blog Post Tag(s): adapting to change || awarding costs || CAT's expanding jurisdiction || CAT’s jurisdiction || common elements || condo corporation policies || Condominium Act || condominium communities || condominium owners || courtesy || disagreements || Dispute Resolution || dogs || duties of condominium corporations || enforcing bylaws || fairness || light || noise || nuisance || Occupier’s Liability Act || odour || pets || vapours || vibrations
Author: Sonja Hodis, Hodis Law

CAT’s Evolution – January 1, 2022 sees a further expansion of their jurisdiction

The Condominium Authority Tribunal (commonly known as CAT) has gone through quite an evolution since its inception which occurred as a result of the 2017 changes to the Condominium Act (the “Act”). 

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October 26, 2021 - Blog Post Tag(s): adapting to change || condo corporation policies || condo repairs || Condominium Act || condominium owners || COVID-19 || COVID-19 Policies || Dispute Resolution || duties of condominium corporations || pandemic restrictions
Author: Patricia Elia, Elia Associates PC

Condos, COVID and Compliance

Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1704 brought an application to prevent a condominium unit owner from continuing repairs, contrary to its policy.

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