Accommodating Mental Illness in Condos

To the extent that a condo wants to rely on the defence of undue hardship, the burden of proof rests squarely on the corporation. As such, the condo must demonstrate that the accommodation is too onerous because it unreasonably compromises health and safety or it jeopardizes the condo’s continued existence, though the courts have sometimes also considered the effect on other residents.

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