The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) remains open and available, and Users can continue to file new applications and participate in active cases.
We are aware of the recent order under section 7.1 (2) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act suspending limitation periods in provincial legislation (including the Condominium Act, 1998) and giving the CAT discretion to suspend the timelines set out in the CAT’s Rules of Practice.
Users in active CAT cases should follow the directions given by the CAT Members assigned to those cases. The CAT is aware that the ongoing COVID-19 situation may impact User availability, so if you have any concerns about meeting the deadlines in your case, please raise them with your Mediator/Member, or contact us at CATinfo@condoauthorityontario.ca.
Welcome to Canada's first fully online tribunal! The Condominium Authority Tribunal, or the CAT, is an online tribunal that helps to resolve and decide condominium-related disputes in Ontario. The CAT has developed
an online dispute resolution system (CAT-ODR) to help people resolve their disputes conveniently, quickly and affordably, while encouraging everyone to work together in healthy condominium communities.
Looking to file a new application with the CAT? Select your application type from the drop-down below and click "File Application" button.
If you have received a Notice or invite to join a case, click the "Join" button.
If you want to access an existing tribunal case or an application in progress, click the "Access" button.
This information describes the CAT dispute resolution process and tells you how to file an application, how to join a case and what happens in each of the three dispute resolution stages.
The CAT's Rules describes how the CAT operates, and what you need to know or do when you are involved in a CAT case.
The Members of the CAT have been appointed to the Tribunal to mediate or to hear and decide on applications. This page includes bios on the Chair, the Vice-Chairs and the Members.