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07/25/2011

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It's sad that residents find themselves in conflict with everything from important things such as disabilities to minor annoyances. It's very, very common, and we find ourselves covering more and more stories on this.

I find it beyond sad that lawyers have to become involved when residents are in dispute with condo boards, even though the boards are made up of fellow residents. It's like the old days of fence wars between homes in a subdivision. We get actionable complaints on everything from parties and sound to Christmas wreaths on the door. We just ran an interesting story on http://condo.ca, a personal story of a resident who fought back and lost against her condo board. She blames the new fore person of the condo board for making her life miserable.

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