Condominium Corporations Must Act Reasonably in Enforcing Compliance with Condominium Documents

An Ottawa condominium corporation recently found that it was unable to recoup all of its legal costs incurred in seeking a compliance order against a unit owner and her resident son. There had been a 25-year history of incidents relating to the aggressive conduct of the unit owner’s son, many of which were parking and traffic infractions which occurred years before the present application.    Read the article……………..


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