Keep the peace in condo land (and avoid going to court) with this lawyer’s tips

On Monday, CBC brought you the story of Jayne Pilot, a Brampton woman who was handed a court summons from her condo board for what she describes as minor backyard infractions — an extra patio chair, and two oversized flowerpots.  ‘I feel bullied,’ says condo owner taken to court over backyard garden items not allowed in bylaws  But court should be the last resort, says Chris Jaglowitz, a lawyer who specializes in condo disputes.     Read the article…………


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