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……………


Related Articles

Bad Faith and the Costs of Ignoring a Court Order

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its much anticipated decision in the ongoing Boily saga.  You may recall from

Court Orders Sale of Abusive Owner’s Condo Unit

In a recent case, The Owners, Strata Plan NW 1245 v. Linden, the Supreme Court of British Columbia ordered a

Top Challenges Faced by Condo Board Members and How Skilled Toronto Property Management Companies Can Help You Face Them

Being on a community’s condo board of directors is not for everyone. While the board is comprised of unit owners