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We have previously written about the obligations the Ontario Human Rights Code places on condominium corporations....more
This past April a Connecticut condominium association reversed its decision to prohibit Mezuzahs on the doorposts of residents' apartments. A Mezuzah is a Jewish religious article in the shape of a small rectangle, which...more
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A special thank you to Ronak Shah (student-at-law) for co-authoring this article.
The Ontario Human Rights Code (the “Code”) requires condominium corporations to provide an equal opportunity to access housing and its...more
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