Successful Owner in Condo Oppression Case Denied Costs

In a prior blog post, we reviewed the case of Couture v. TSCC No. 2187, where the Court found that the condominium corporation had conducted itself in a harsh, burdensome and oppressive manner in a dispute with a unit owner concerning the parking space that she leased from the condominium corporation.    Read the article…………


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