Dealing with A Noisy Condo Tenant – Court Declines to Make an Eviction Order

In a recent case, NNCC No. 6 v. Temedio, a condominium corporation applied to the Court for an order requiring a tenant to permanently vacate the leased unit due to loud noises and voices emanating from the unit, which constituted a breach of the corporation’s rules. The unit owner brought a separate application seeking an order that the lien for legal costs which was registered against the unit, be vacated.     Read the article……………


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