Nine-year lawsuit meant hardship, stress for condo owners

The legal wrangling was finally resolved earlier this year with a settlement for $850,000 from the defendants, including the architect, the City of Kitchener, the provincial Electrical Safety Authority, the developer and the original condo board of directors, made up of developer Loren Drotos, his wife and his mother-in-law.  The settlement doesn’t come close to covering owners’ legal costs, or the many other costs they’ve incurred.    Read the article………….


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