Condo Unit Owner Appeals $20,000 Costs Award

In a prior blog post, we reported about a case (Wexler v. Carleton Condominium Corp. No. 28) where a unit owner who had unsuccessfully sued the condominium corporation for harassment was ordered to pay costs to the condominium corporation in the amount of $20,000. This seems disproportionately high in view of the fact that the unit owner’s failed claim in the Small Claims Court action was only for $2,525. However, the trial spanned over three days and the corporation had incurred costs in excess of $35,000.  Read the article……………


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