Whether you are new to condominium living, or have been a long term resident in a townhouse or high rise, you will have likely heard these four dreaded words from your condominium property manager: “Sorry, that’s not allowed.” There are benefits to be had, but there are also compromises to be made with living in a condominium.
If Bill 106 is adopted as drafted, Corporations would be required to undertake specific, time sensitive milestones, and can rely on changes to help complete their AGMs, a task that has been difficult for some Corporations in meeting quorum.
The Residential and Tenancies Act, 2006 (RTA) is the governing legislation that applies to landlords and tenants in the province of Ontario. It provides that “[a] provision in a tenancy agreement prohibiting the presence of animals in or about the residential complex is void.”, while at the same time, a landlord cannot prevent a tenant from having a pet. Condominium Boards that find a tenant’s pet to be a nuisance can have that pet evicted.
When it comes to the common causes of toilet repair problems—there are a few worst offenders. These menacing toilet-clogging, bathroom-leaking, noisy issues prey on the vulnerability of your bathroom’s highest-traffic area, your toilet—an element that literally gets sat on multiple times a day.