Condo Pet Eviction – Cost Ramifications

In our last blog post, we wrote about a pet owner who was ordered to permanently remove her dog from a condominium unit after she failed to establish that she had a disability under the Human Rights Code which the condominium corporation was required to accommodate.  The condominium corporation incurred costs of $48,430, inclusive of HST and disbursements and sought costs on a full indemnity basis.     Read the article………


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