The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has confirmed that owners are not entitled to see the email addresses of other owners.
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal recently addressed issues relating to gender expression and gender inclusivity in the case of Andrews v. Great Gulf. Continue reading “Gender Inclusivity”
At the 2019 Ottawa Condominium Conference (put on by CCI Eastern Ontario and ACMO), I was proud to participate as a member of the Legal Panel session. One of the questions that the panel members were asked was as follows: If you could, what would you change about Condo Law? Here was my answer:
The rights of a condominium corporation to access owners’ units were addressed in a recent case of the Ontario Superior Court. In the case of MTCC 1328 v. 2145401 Ontario Inc., the condominium corporation sought access to one of the units. The owner of the unit below had complained about noise and vibration allegedly emanating from a spiral staircase in the unit. The corporation sought access in order to inspect and investigate the alleged noise and vibration. The owner refused. The Court granted the requested access. Continue reading “A Condominium Corporation’s Access Rights”
In some cases, condominium owners may have “additional units” (such as parking units and/or storage units) in addition to the owner’s “main unit.” When issuing a status certificate in such cases, it may be helpful to remember the following points: Continue reading “A Reminder About Status Certificates and Different Types of Units”