Condominium Corporation Seeks Court Order Requiring Mental Examination of Unit Owner

In a recent case, TSCC No. 2395 v. Wong, a condominium corporation that was dealing with a unit owner whose behavior had become increasingly threatening, abusive, intimidating and dangerous, applied to the Court for an order that the unit owner undergo a mental health examination by a medical practitioner. The corporation requested the mental health exam to enable the Court to determine if it was necessary to appoint a litigation guardian because the unit owner was mentally incapable.    Read the article………….


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