Step 3: Solutions
Here’s what to do now that you’ve identified your issue.
Keep track of the vehicle issue with as much detail as possible
Identify who is causing the issue
If you know the unit number of the person causing the issue
Find out if they are an owner or tenant by checking the record of owners and mortgagees or the record of leased units.
If you don’t know who is causing the issue
Raise the issue with your management or board anyway as they may be able to advise on what to do next.
Your condo corporation’s governing documents may set out a specific timeframe for resolving the issue. You should give the owner or occupant a reasonable amount of time to resolve the issue if they don’t.
Contact those responsible
The individual causing the issue may not realize it so speaking to them about it may resolve it quickly.
Send a letter if you are unable to speak with them or if speaking to them did not change the situation. You can use the CAO’s templates at the bottom of this page.
Send a letter to the owner and the condo corporation
Send a letter to the owner, the occupant and the condo corporation
Speak to members of your community to investigate