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Real Property Law - Condominiums - Condominium corporation - Rights and obligations - Building management

Thursday, September 29, 2016 @ 8:00 PM  

Appeal by the Condominium Corporation from an order allowing the respondent’s application for oppression relief. The respondent owned a number of commercial parking spots in a mixed-use condominium that it rented out on a monthly basis. The respondent then wanted to rent them out on an hourly basis. The appellant’s board of directors (Board) was concerned about the security implications of the changes requested because they would make it easier for trespassers to enter the building. Accordingly, the Board refused to approve changes to the common...