Condo Law Digest – November 2017: Weir v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 485, 2017 ONSC 6265

Ms Weir is the owner of a penthouse unit in PCC No. 485. In June 2015 she noticed water pooling on the floor of her solarium during heavy rainfall from the southeast. The problem continued for about two years. Ms Weir was unable to use her solarium and hesitated to spend time away from her unit during rainstorms. (I will not summarize the two years of investigations, attempted repairs, and back-and-forth communication among property managers, the board, engineers for both parties, and several lawyers.)     Read the article…………….


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