Another Owner Successfully Sues Condo Corp. for Oppression

In a prior blog post we noted that in walkable neighbourhoods in the downtown core, many condo unit purchasers are opting not to purchase a parking unit, as a car is not a necessity in such neighbourhoods. In other condominiums, however, having a parking space is crucial in a purchaser’s decision to purchase a residential unit. In the case of Grigoriu v. OCSCC No. 706, when the applicants/owners purchased their residential unit from the developer, they also purchased from the developer a parking unit and storage unit in the adjacent building (which was a separate condominium corporation) as there were no such units available in the building in which their residential unit was located.     Read the article…………..


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