Comments from the Courts on Costs

There have been a two interesting decisions on costs released this month.  Ballingall v. Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 111 is the case I posted about previously where a group of owners commenced an application against the condominium and one of the directors because of their failure to enforce the single family residence requirement in the declaration. The owners were successful.    Read the article……….


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