Owner’s Communication with Condominium’s Staff was Antisocial, Degrading and Harassing (ON)

A recent Court decision highlights a situation in which an owner’s communications were considered by the Court to be sufficiently harassing to require a cease and desist order and a compliance order.   The Court found the communication, which included addressing staff by degrading names, to be ‘antisocial, degrading and harassing’.  The owner emailed the management office ‘virtually every day’ with various complaints. In this case, the Court’s concern was not the volume of communication, it was the nature of the emails and the language used. The Court commented that the employees:    Read the article…………….


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