Accommodating mental illness in condos

Accommodating mental illness in a condominium setting is no trifling obligation.  Just like physical disability, both the courts and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal require that mental illness be accommodated up to the point of undue hardship. This is, by all accounts, an onerous standard.    Read the article………..


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