Using a By-law to Control Parking

A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court confirmed the validity of a condominium’s by-law, which was passed to control parking on the common elements. See the case of Cheung v. York Region Condominium Corporation No. 759.  Here’s my summary of the court decision, from Condo Cases Across Canada (which I author for quarterly publication by the Canadian Condominium Institute). The condominium’s parking was not originally allocated to any of the units. The condominium corporation passed a by-law to authorize the corporation to lease four common element parking spots (per unit) to each owner.    Read the article…………..


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