On this page, you can find copies of the CAT’s Rules of Practice, its policies, and its guides for Users.
These Rules outline how the Condominium Authority Tribunal (the CAT) operates, and what you need to know or do when you are involved in a dispute that comes to the CAT.
The CAT has developed a guide for each of its three stages to help Users understand and use the CAT’s online system:
The CAT has also developed a guide providing an overview on how representatives can file, join, and participate in cases.
The CAT has developed a Conflict of Interest Policy to prevent conflicts of interest and to provide guidance to its members.
The CAT’s French Language Services Policy outlines our commitment to providing Tribunal services in English or French to all communities across Ontario. All Users or members of the public may communicate with, and receive services in English or French with the Tribunal, and receive services in English or French from the Tribunal.
The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has compiled this checklist of requirements to assist Applicants in filing their cases correctly and completely. By filing your case correctly and completely, the CAT will be able to process it without delay and without requesting additional information or corrections.