Condo Owner’s Request for Administrator Denied by Court

In a prior blog post, we reported about a case, (Middlesex Condominium Corp. No. 195 v. Sunbelt Business Centres (Canada) Inc.) involving a hydro expense dispute in a mixed-use commercial/residential condominium. In that case the condominium corporation was successful in its claim to recover hydro expenses going back six years from the sole owner of all the commercial units.  Unfortunately, the condominium corporation and the commercial unit owner (“Sunbelt”) found themselves in court once again. Sunbelt brought a motion requesting a limited-term appointment of an administrator of the condominium corporation, claiming that an administrator needed to be appointed for the following reasons:     Read the article…………


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