Failing to Repair and Maintain Common Elements Can Amount to Oppression

In a case released this week, an Ontario court concluded that it is sometimes insufficient for condominiums to simply investigate and passively attempt to resolve problems with common elements. In Wu v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 245 the court concluded that the condominium’s delays and failure to address the source of excessive noise and vibration emanating from the common element mechanical penthouse constituted oppression.   Read the article…………


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