Tag Archives: Condo Law

Recent Harassment Ruling & CAO’s Rule

Recent Superior Court of Justice ruling on harassment + CAO’s new anti-harassment sample rule   A condominium owner in Toronto was recently given a last chance to stop their behaviour or else vacate and sell their unit within 120 days. The owner had a lengthy history of harassment and had previously been charged in court […]

Noise and the Jurisdiction of the CAT

September 6, 2023 | James Davidson | dhacondolaw.ca In the case of Reany v. Waterloo Standard Condominium Corporation No. 670, the CAT was asked to deal with a complaint about excessive noise coming from the common element gym, located on the same floor as the complainant’s unit. The condominium corporation argued that the Tribunal did not have […]

Changes to the Condominium Act: Virtual Meetings and Electronic Voting

June 20, 2023 | DHA Team | Original article from dhacondolaw.ca Back in April, we published a blog detailing proposed changes to the Condominium Act (the “Act”) that sought to give condominium corporations increased flexibility in relation to electronic voting, virtual meetings, and the electronic delivery of materials. We can now report that Bill 91: “Less Red Tape, Stronger Economy Act, […]

An Important CAT Case About Compensation and Costs

March 1, 2023 | James Davidson | Davidson Houle Allen LLP Condominium Law n the case of TSCC 2804 v. Micoli, the Tribunal ultimately found that a tenant (and the tenant’s co-resident) were “a highly disruptive presence in the condominium, causing nuisances that unreasonably interfere with and disturb the comfort or quiet enjoyment of other residents and […]

Have you implemented your harassment rules and policies?

Remi Network | Thursday, December 8, 2022 | By Sonja Hodis When we first think of condo living, images of Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs come to mind. The birds are chirping, the landscaping looks great, the air smells fresh and everyone lives harmoniously under one roof. However, the reality of condo living […]