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British Columbia – PoCo couple ordered to sell condo

“As the chambers judge found, it is Mrs. Bea’s continued ownership of the strata unit that fuels her vexatious court applications. He was of the view that forcing a sale was the only way to finally end these vexatious proceedings.

“The chambers judge’s discretionary decision to grant the order deserves deference in the circumstances, and it cannot be shown to be inappropriate in this case. I do not see any error in his conclusion.”

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New Jersey – Hoboken man back in court soon over condo association trying to kick him out of basement apartment

Hoboken man back in court soon over condo association trying to kick him out of basement apartmentBy MIKE D’ONOFRIO JOURNAL STAFF WRITER Tommy Moore has lived in a rent-controlled apartment in the basement of a multimillion-dollar condominium building in Hoboken for years, but he is now fighting to keep his home. Moore shares the $600-a-month apartment at 1000 Hudson St.

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New York – Cove Club Condo Drops Eviction Suit Against Service Dog Owner, But Discrimination Case Against Condo Will Press On

Cove Club Condo Drops Eviction Suit Against Service Dog Owner, But Discrimination Case Presses OnThe Cove Club Condominium in Battery Park City has halted eviction proceedings against a deaf, 76-year-old deaf resident who has kept a service dog since 2012. The condo board moved to dismiss the eviction action against Roman Erihkman, according to court filings. However, the discrimination lawsuit against the condo board filed by the New York…

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Ontario – Condo owner ordered to sell, move by court order (But condo board does not have power to eject a resident)

Condo owner ordered to sell, move by court orderNo, but in exceptional circumstances a court may order an offending owner to sell the owner’s unit and to leave the building. A judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in 2010 held that a condominium corporation had proved various forms of misconduct by an owner.

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Alberta – Woman faces eviction or $250 daily fine because of dogs

Woman faces eviction or $250 daily fine because of dogsA woman says she is being evicted from her rented condominium in west Edmonton because her dogs aren’t allowed even though her landlord knew about them when they signed a lease. Christina Stephenson has two dogs, a 10-year-old yellow Labrador named Charlie, and Benson, a five-year-old Boston Terrier.

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British Columbia – B.C. court upholds rare judgment ordering woman to sell condo

Problem neighbour: B.C. court upholds rare judgment ordering woman to sell condoVANCOUVER — A woman’s home may be her castle, but British Columbia’s Appeal Court says she still must play nice with the neighbours. The province’s highest court has upheld a rare judgment that ordered a Vancouver-area woman to sell her condo after years of complaints and unpaid strata fines. The B.C.

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New York – Joan Rivers prevails in condo board catfight with flamboyant tenant

Joan Rivers prevails in condo board catfight with flamboyant tenantMarcus Santos// New York Daily News Joan Rivers prevailed in her condo board catfight against the bottle-blond bombshell who was posting up in the ground-floor unit of her post upper East Side building. A Manhattan judge ruled Friday that the comedienne’s 1 East 62 St.

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New York – Joan Rivers, condo board head back to court to evict feisty squatting tenant

Joan Rivers, condo board head back to court to evict feisty squatting tenantEvan Agostini/Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Joan Rivers has her claws out. The tart-tongued comedienne and her neighbors are heading back to court Thursday to try and oust the flashy blonde who has been squatting in a ground-floor apartment of their ritzy Upper East Side condo building.

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British Columbia – Court rescinds order forcing Surrey mom to sell condo after strata complaints

Court rescinds order forcing Surrey mom to sell condo after strata complaintsA Surrey mom who was ordered to sell her condo after hundreds of complaints were lodged against her by other owners in the building has been given a reprieve. In January, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Richard Blair concluded that Rose Jordison and her son Jordy had used obscene language and gestures, interfered with the activities of others, spat at other residents and been unacceptably loud.

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