Condominium Authority Tribunal Denies Request for Dog’s Removal from Premises

The Condominium Authority Tribunal dismissed a request by a Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation to order the removal of the respondents’ dog from its premises, awarding the respondents $5000 in costs. The Condominium asserted that the respondents’ dog Stan is a nuisance and that Stan’s aggressive behaviour is contrary to the provisions of the corporation’s declaration and rules; however, the tribunal found that the evidence of one incident was not enough to support a finding that the dog is a nuisance.