Court refuses to order Medical Examination of Misbehaving Owner (ON)

A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court shows that Courts can be reluctant to Order a medical examination of a misbehaving owner – unless there is some real evidence of a mental health issue.  In the case of Toronto Standard Condominium Corp. No. 2395 v Wong, the Ontario Superior Court found that the owner’s conduct was harassing, threatening, intimidating and abusive.    Read the article……………


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