Condo corporations choosing not to enforce condo rules may lose authority to enforce.
A Queen’s Quay condominium corporation with a no-pets provision in place later on decided to enforce the provision. The cat in question had resided in the suite for 12 years at which time the condominium corporation sent warning letters to all pet owners in the building.
The corporation’s no-animals rule, part of their legal documents, had not been enforced by the board.
Two lower courts ruled the condominium corporation could not enforce this provision. When they attempted to take the case to the Supreme Court of Canada they were denied.