Does the Charter of Rights apply in condos?

Many people, it seems, are keen to assert their apparent rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in a broad array of disputes. The Charter may get invoked in situations ranging from an eBay purchase gone wrong to matters involving owners, directors and condominium corporations. This can sometimes become a free-for-all of legal misunderstandings and misinformation.   Read the article………….


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