Guide to Respondents and Intervenors
A respondent is a person or a condo corporation that an applicant files a case against. An intervenor is a party that has a right to participate in a CAT case because they may be affected by the outcome. This guide provides information about how to determine who can be respondents and intervenors in CAT cases and what roles they would play.
Get information about:
- The role of a respondent
- Determining whom to name as a respondent
- The role of an intervenor
- Who can intervene in a CAT case