Can Noise Complaints Lead to the Eviction of a Condo Tenant?

People living in condos have a duty to comply with the corporation’s regulations. Condo corporations, for their part, have a duty to take all reasonable steps to ensure such compliance. But to what extent? Can tenants of a condo unit be evicted because they are causing excessive noise? Or should the corporation let neighbours sort out their own differences? An Ontario judge rules that the answer to both questions is “no”.     Read the article…………….


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