A condominium corporation whose declaration restricted each residential unit only for occupancy and use as a private, single family residence and for no other purpose and which also declared there were no restrictions on the minimum or maximum length of the lease of a residential unit acts reasonably in introducing a new rule which prohibited the occupation of the residential units for short-term, transient, hotel like use. Provided the use complies with the requirement of a private, single family residence, there is no restriction on the length of the lease. However transient our hotel lake uses are not consistent with this requirement.
Kapoor v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 2450 2019 ONSC 3461 (CanLII)