Ottawa Condominium Ordered To Allow Pay-And-Display Parking

In a recent Ottawa decision, the court confirmed again that condominium corporations must be careful to properly balance the interests of all owners – even the sole commercial owner. This case opposed the interests of a parking operator who wished to operate a parking business permitted in the condo’s declaration and the residential owners who felt such a business would impact their security. The court concluded that imposing costly restrictions on the parking operator was oppressive and prejudicial. But the story is not over yet…    Read the article…………


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