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January 2016

Habitat Magazine

You have used your condominium’s health club facility for years when your board changes its required membership agreement.  You refuse to sign it; the board denies you access to the club.  Does that constitute a violation of the by-laws?  What about the Condominium Act?  Or did the board overreach in the language of the agreement so that it was in violation of another statute?  Those are the questions that brought the parties to court in John Oriogun v. Board of Managers of Hampton House Condominium and Hampton House Condominium.


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