Condo Law Digest – May 2015

Ballingall v Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 111, 2015 ONSC 2484 Decision Date: April 21, 2015  This case involves a condominium corporation located near Carleton University in Ottawa. Although the Declaration specified that units were to be used only as single family residences and that rooming houses were prohibited, this rule had not been enforced consistently. A number of unit owners, including members of the Board, rented units to groups of Carleton students   Read the article…………


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