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August 21, 2019 Jonathan H. Fine

Fine & Deo obtains cost award in CAT proceedings

The usual rule in a Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) proceeding is that the successful party will not obtain an order for costs unless there ar...

July 26, 2019 Francesco Deo

Litigants May Only Have One Kick at the Can!

The case of Sajadi v. MTCC 648, 2019 HRTO 641, is a good reminder that parties may only have one kick at the can when litigating human rights ...

October 16, 2013

By-Law Upheld Enabling Boards to Remove Directors for Ethical Breaches

It is not only a vote of owners that can remove a board member. The court has upheld a by-law permitting a condo board to hold an ethics review and...

September 27, 2013

York Condominium Corporation No. 17 v. Ge

A recent decision from the Superior Court of Ontario sends a clear message that unit owners who ignore enforcement letters or proceedings may lose ...

July 22, 2013
Posted in litigation

Live-in Caregivers – A Breach of Single-Family Dwelling Provisions?

Recently, a condominium corporation in Alberta sued an elderly couple for breaching its single-family dwelling provisions because the couple reside...

November 13, 2012
Posted in litigation

Sarah Computer Consulting Inc. et al v. PCC 421

This case provides condominium corporations with guidance on the appropriate procedures for deactivating residents’ key FOBs and garage clic...

May 10, 2012 Jonathan H. Fine
Posted in Condo Litigation

Communication: Be Smart and Err on the Side of Caution

In a lawsuit, a condominium corporation, like any other party, is obliged to produce to the other side, any relevant “documents”, wh...

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