Commercial Condominium Dispute – Unsuccessful Oppression Claim

In a recent case, Seto v. PCC No. 492, several commercial condominium owners were unsuccessful in their application for an order that the condominium corporation had engaged in conduct that was oppressive or unfairly prejudicial to their interests.  There were several issues in dispute between the parties:


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