Requests for Accommodation in Condos – Accommodation and Harassment

A recent court case Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 580 v. Mills sheds some light…

Condo Policies – Condo Authority Tribunal Decision

The Condominium Authority Tribunal (“CAT”) released a new decision regarding visitor parking and the enforcement…

Enforcing Mask Policies in Condos – A Recent Court Decision

An interesting decision was released March 19, 2021, involving two condo owners who refused to…

Court Decision: Why Condos Need to Review their Employment Contracts

The New Year ushered in a number of changes, and one which lawyers had been…

Rules are Rules: Don’t Feed the Cats.

In a story that sounds a little far-fetched, an elderly woman is being sued by…

Court Decision – Suing Individual Board Members

When a unit owner feels it is necessary or warranted to sue their own condominium…

Condo Lawsuits – New Protocols for Snow and Ice Injuries

We previously blogged about insurance companies not wanting to provide coverage to snow and ice…

Honesty is the Best Legal Policy- Condo Court Decision

As children, we are taught (hopefully) that honesty is the best policy.  All these years…

Disruptive and Violent Condo Owner – A Court Decision on Enforcement

In a recent case titled Peel Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1028 v. Jakacki (2020) ONSC…

Condo litigation during COVID-19 and beyond

While the courts are closed and the rules suspended, is there anything that condominium corporations…