A condo rule against complaining? Controversial corporation policy likely intended to prevent harassment

Recently, a condominium corporation in Toronto was reported to have enacted a rule which, among other things, sought to limit the ability of residents to complain to the condominium. Various parties including residents of the building in question have expressed outrage at such a rule.  In particular, the rule was reported to contain wording prohibiting “unreasonable and/or repetitive expression of concerns with respect to the administration of the affairs of the Condominium Corporation.” This appears to be a small portion of a rule generally relating to a harassment policy.    Read the article……………


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