Privacy rights apply to condo common areas (ON)

Residents of condominiums have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the common areas of their buildings, Ontario’s top court ruled Tuesday.  In upholding the acquittal of an accused drug trafficker, the Court of Appeal said police had breached his rights by snooping around the stairways, hallways and storage rooms of his 10-unit building without a warrant.    Read the article………..


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