Court Allows Substantial Changes to Condo Common Elements Without Approval of Condo Owners

In a prior blog post, we blogged about a case (3716724 Canada Inc. v. CCC No. 375) where the Court determined that a condominium corporation had unfairly disregarded the interests of a commercial parking unit owner, when it refused to allow the owner to make changes to the common elements to accommodate “pay and display” parking, unless the unit owner hired a full-time security guard or attendant.   Read the article………..


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