Compliance with Settlement Agreements
Parties involved in a CAT case can agree to resolve their issues by settlement agreement. But what can you do if another party fails to comply with the agreement? The Condo Act allows you to file a new Tribunal case and ask for an order requiring them to comply.
Step 1. Identify the issue
Parties involved in a CAT case can agree to resolve their issues and incorporate the terms of their agreement into a document called a settlement agreement. A settlement agreement is binding and the parties that agreed to it must comply with it.
Sometimes however, a party may refuse to comply. The other parties can then file a new case with the Tribunal to ask them to order the first party to comply. Please note that you cannot file this type of case if you have not previously been involved in a CAT case that resolved by settlement agreement.