Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 615
190, 192 & 194 Jarvis Street,
CONSOLIDATED RULES AND REGULATIONS
Table of Contents
Moving & Moving Room
Parking, Driveway, Garage and Bicycle Storage Area
Pursuant to the Condominium Act 1998, the following rules and regulations shall be observed by the owners or any other person occupying the unit including, without limitation members of the owners family, his tenants, guests, invitees and any other person(s) occupying the unit with the owner’s approval.
1.1 The owner will maintain their unit in good repair and will comply with any notice of the Corporation requiring the owner to effect repairs to the unit.
1.2 The water closets and other water apparatus shall not be used for purposes other than those for which they are constructed and no sweepings, garbage, rubbish, rags, ashes, medications, toxic or other hazardous substances, pet litter or other substances shall be thrown therein. Any damage resulting from misuse or from unusual or unreasonable use shall be borne by the owners who, or whose family, guests, visitor, servants, clerks or agents shall cause it.
1.3 No sign, advertisement or notice shall be inscribed, painted, affixed or placed on any part of the inside or outside of the building or common elements whatsoever without the prior written consent of the Board, with the exception of the lobby bulletin board. All postings on the lobby bulletin board must be identified with the owner/tenant’s name.
1.4 No portion of the unit and no portion of the common elements designated to be for the exclusive use of the unit owner but required by the Declaration to be maintained by the Corporation shall be painted, decorated or otherwise dealt with by anyone other than the Corporation or with the expressed written consent of the Corporation.
1.5 No items, including footwear and doormats, are to be placed in the corridors of any hallway on any floor.
1.6 No owner or tenant shall do or permit anything to be done in the unit, or bring or keep anything therein which will in anyway increase the risk of fire or the fire insurance premiums on any building or on property kept therein, or conflict with the regulation of the City of Toronto Fire Department, or with any insurance policy carried by the Corporation or conflict with any of the rules and ordinances of the local board of health, or with municipal by-laws or any provincial or federal statute or regulation.
1.7 Nothing shall be placed on the outside of the windowsills or projections.
1.8 A resident shall not leave, place or permit to be placed or left upon the common elements, including those of which he has the exclusive use, any debris, refuse or garbage, except in accordance with the following stipulations.
- All such debris, refuse or garbage shall be contained in properly tied garbage bags of a material size and quality that will prevent their tearing or disintegrating in the disposal chute and shall be placed and disposed of therein.
- Bags disposed of via the garbage chute shall not weigh in excess of 10 kg. In consideration of the noise factor, the garbage chute cannot be used between the hours of 10:00pm and 6:00am, 7 days per week.
- Newspapers, small cartons and bottles, tied and orderly, may be left in the first floor disposal room in their respective recycle box, for the purpose of recycling.
- Cat litter, bags of garden soil and other items that will easily tear and/or break open if placed in the garbage chute shall be brought down to the moving room area and not placed in the garbage chute.
- Larger items such as packing cases, crates and similar items shall be placed in the moving room area during times as designated specifically for such purpose by the building superintendent.
1.9 Owners, their families, guests, visitors and servants shall not create or permit the creation of or continuation of any noise or nuisance which, in the opinion of the board or the manager, may or does disturb the comfort or quiet enjoyment of the property by the other owners, their families, guests, visitors, servants and persons having business with them. If the Board of Directors determines that any noise is being transmitted to another unit and that such noise is a nuisance or disruptive, then the owner of such unit shall at his own expense take such steps as shall be necessary to abate such noise to the satisfaction of the Board. If the owner of such dwelling unit fails to abate the noise, the Board shall take such steps as it deems necessary to abate the noise and the owner shall be liable to the Corporation for all expenses incurred including all legal fees incurred.
1.10 Nothing shall be thrown out of the windows or doors of the building or over any balcony, railing, terrace or roof. A resident shall not permit anything whatsoever to fall from the windows or doors of his unit nor shall any resident, his visitors, guests or employees sweep or throw from the premises any dirt or other substances (excluding water) upon the common elements.
1.11 The feeding of birds or any other wild animals is not permitted on or from balconies, windows or on any other part of the common elements.
1.12 No plumbing or electrical alterations within any unit or within any partition, bearing or party wall, shall be made without the prior written consent of the Board. Owners shall not overload existing electrical circuits. Electrical circuits shall be used in accordance with the requirements of the Ontario Building Code, approved plans and specifications for electrical wiring within the building, and any other relevant governmental code, ordinance and regulation. All electrical appliances or equipment used in any unit shall comply with the applicable regulations of appropriate authorities from time to time in force.
1.13 No auction sales or events to which the general public is invited shall be allowed in any unit or on the common elements, without the prior written consent of the board.
1.14 No noise or vibration, caused by any instrument or other device, such as musical instruments or Whirlpool bathtubs, or other item in the opinion of the Board may disturb the comfort of the other owners, shall be permitted.
1.15 The sidewalks, entry passageways, walkways and driveways used in common by the owners shall not be obstructed by any of the owners or used by them for any purpose other than for ingress or egress to and from their respective units.
1.16 No one shall harm, mutilate, destroy, alter or litter any of the landscaping on the property, including grass, trees, shrubs, hedges, flowers or flower beds.
1.17 No owner shall do anything or permit anything to be done that is contrary to any statute or municipal by-law or any rules, regulations or ordinances passed under any statute or municipal by-law.
1.18 Any losses, costs or damages incurred by the Corporation by reason of a breach of any rule and regulation in force from time to time by any owner, his guest, servants, agents or occupants of his unit shall be borne and paid for by such owner as a common element expense and shall be collected as such.
1.19 The exterior of all drapes, curtains, window blinds or other window coverings, which are visible from the exterior of a unit, shall be the colour white, off-white or beige. The installation of any drapes that do not fall into this category are not permitted without the expressed written consent of the Board.
1.20 Windows may not be covered with material other then proper blinds, curtains, draperies or shutters. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing no windows may be covered with tin foil, towels, flags or the like.
1.21 It is the responsibility of the unit owner to provide the name, address, and telephone number of any renter to the property manager. The owner shall notify the Corporation of changes in the tenancy or status of the rental unit.
1.22 The unit owner shall remain directly responsible to the Corporation for all common expense assessments, insurance deductibles and any other charge the Board may direct to the unit. Furthermore, the unit owner shall be responsible for all legal and other costs incurred by the Corporation in seeking to obtain his tenant’s compliance with the Declaration, the By-Laws and Rules of the Corporation.
2.1 If an owner makes, installs, or has caused to be made or installed, any fixture, improvement or other installation within his unit, he shall be responsible for the cost of the removal and replacement of the same should it be necessary for the maintenance or repair of any common elements, such as plumbing, heating or electrical wiring. No plumbing or electrical alteration within any unit or within any partition, load bearing or party wall, shall be made without the prior written consent of the Board.
2.2 The open balconies are not part of an owner’s suite but are common elements of which an owner has exclusive use. No structural changes may be made to any part of the balcony area without written consent of the board. No carpet or other surface covering shall be placed on the floor of the balcony area.
2.3 Where an owner has placed seasonal furniture or plants or any other object on or within a balcony or patio area, he shall indemnify and save harmless the Corporation from any claim for loss or damage it may incur or sustain as a result of this installation. No owner shall cause weight to be placed on the balcony floor that exceeds 100 pounds per square foot.
2.4 No screens, awnings or other shade device shall be erected over, outside or inside any window or balcony without the prior written consent of the Board
2.5 Entry doors to all units must be equipped with a “Schlage” lock that is compatible to the master key system which allows access to the unit by the building superintendent in the event of an emergency or when proper notice is given for regularly scheduled maintenance procedures
2.6 No owner shall permit an infestation of pests’ insects, vermin or rodents to exist at any time in his unit or adjacent common elements. Owners shall immediately report to the Property Manager all incidents of pests, insects’ vermin or rodents. Upon receipt of at least two (2) weeks’ notice in writing, each unit owner shall permit entry to his unit for the purpose of the conducting pest control procedures. Each unit owner shall prepare the unit in the manner prescribed in the aforesaid notice and shall permit and facilitate entry into the unit by any authorized pest control personnel and shall co-operate in order to carry out the full intent of this rule.
2.7 No mop, broom, duster, rug or bedding shall be shaken or beaten from any window, door or part of the common elements of which the owner has exclusive use. Only seasonal furniture and/or plants and planters are allowed on a balcony or patio and no balcony shall be used for storage
2.8 Filming for commercial purposes in any dwelling unit or on the common elements is prohibited except when authorized by written consent from the board.
2.9 Water from any fixture within the unit shall not be left running unless in use.
2.10 Each owner shall, maintain and repair the smoke detector or similar fire detection device in his unit, provided a recognized certification body approves that device.
2.11 No television antenna, aerial, satellite dish, tower or similar structure and similar appurtenances thereto shall be erected on or fastened to any unit or exclusive use common element, except in connection with a common television cable system in conjunction with the building.
3.1 Nothing shall be placed or installed, including real estate sales signs or real estate open house signs, upon the common elements without the prior written consent of the Board.
3.2 No furnishing or equipment shall be removed from any part
y of the common elements by or on behalf of any owner.
3.3 An owner shall not do or permit anything to be done on the common elements or bring or keep anything thereon which will in any way increase the risk of fire or the rate of fire insurance premiums.
3.4 The front entrance to the building shall be used as a means of personal entry and exit and will not be used to move large items to and from the building.
3.5 Elevators shall not be used in any manner that will endanger or inconvenience other owners or residents. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, elevators shall not be overloaded; doors shall not be pried open or kept open by any device that will prevent them from closing.
3.6 Bicycles and commercial shopping carts shall not be taken on any elevator. All bicycles coming in and out of the building shall be taken through the garage doors. Bicycles are not to be taken through the main lobby.
3.7 Roller blades shall not be worn in any common area of the building.
3.8 Smoking is not permitted in any common area of the building.
3.9 Any damage to the common elements caused by a resident owner or occupant, members of his family, visitors, contractors, agents or employees shall be brought to the attention of the superintendent immediately and shall be repaired by arrangement and under the direction of the Property Manager but at the cost and expense of the unit owner.
3.10 Children are not permitted to play or congregate in the hallways, lobby, stairways, elevators, roof top terrace or any other common element area.
3.11 Loitering in the stairwells or other parts of the common elements is not permitted.
Moving & Moving Room
4.1 Furniture and equipment may be moved in or out of the building via the moving room doors and only by the elevator designated by the building superintendent for such purpose. The time and date of moving shall be fixed in advance by arrangement with the building superintendent. The elevator reservation shall be for a period not exceeding four hours.
4.2 Prior to booking an elevator, five days notice must be provided to the superintendent and at this time an elevator reservation agreement must be completed and accompanied with a $250.00 damage deposit in cash, money order, bank draft or certified cheque.
4.3 It shall be the responsibility of the owner through the person reserving the service elevator to notify the manager or superintendent and to request an inspection of the service elevator and adjacent common elements immediately prior to using the elevator. Upon completion of moving into or out of the building or the delivery area, the owner reserving the service elevator shall forthwith request an immediate re-inspection of the service elevator and affected common elements. Any damage noticed during the re-inspection and not noted on the initial inspection shall be deemed to be the responsibility of the owner of the unit and the person reserving the service elevator. The cost of repairs, which shall include the cost of any extra cleaning, shall be assessed by the manager as soon as possible following the move or damage and the parties responsible shall be advised.
4.4 The owner and the person reserving the elevator shall be liable for the full cost of repairs to the service elevators and any part of the common elements caused by the moving of furniture or equipment into or out of the suite or the delivery of goods and services and home furnishings or equipment into or out of the suite. The Corporation through its manager shall have the right to withhold all or part of the security deposit as it deems necessary as security of partial or complete payment for any damages sustained. The Corporation shall apply all or part of the security deposit towards the cost of repairs. If the cost of the repairs should be less than the amount of the security deposit, the balance shall be returned to the owner or person reserving the service elevator. If the cost of repairs exceeds the amount of the security deposit and the owner or person reserving the service elevator still owns or resides in the building, the full cost of repairs less the amount of security deposit shall be assessed against the unit owned by or occupied by the person reserving the service elevator as a common element expense and shall be collected as such.
4.5 Outgoing residents must return their excess access cards (above the 2 cards that are given to the new owner) to the superintendent within 48 hours of vacating in order to recover their security deposit.
4.6 Owners who are leasing their units must provide a copy of their lease or a completed Form 5 from the Act, and a complete resident information sheet when booking the elevator with the superintendent and completing the elevator reservation agreement.
4.7 Moving hours are 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Saturday. There is no moving permitted on Sundays or statutory holidays except with prior written permission of the board.
4.8 Protective elevators pads must be installed (by the superintendent) prior to any items being placed in the elevators, and the outside moving room doors must be locked between loads unless they are constantly monitored by an adult.
4.9 During the term of the reservation and/or while any exterior doors are in an open state, the owner or person reserving the service elevator shall take reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorized entry into the building. If the exterior door is left open, it must be monitored by moving company personnel or the individual moving items, to prevent unauthorized entry.
4.10 Corridors and elevator lobbies shall not be obstructed prior to, during or after the term of the reservation.
4.11 It is the unit owner’s responsibility to pass on to purchasers or new tenants two (2) building access cards, two (2) common area keys and two (2) mailbox keys. The Corporation is not responsible for these items and will charge a deposit for any new keys or extra access cards required by a purchaser or tenant of a unit.
Moving Room – Disposal of Items
4.12 Recyclable items such as glass, plastic, newspapers, cardboard, etc shall be placed in the appropriate bin in the moving room. Larger amounts of recycling cardboard shall be broken down into smaller pieces and tied neatly together in bundles as per the guidelines set by the City ofToronto.
4.13 Disposal of larger items such as mattresses, appliances and furniture must be pre-arranged with the building superintendent. Owners/tenants are required to contact the building superintendent to make arrangements for the pick up of your item. Pick up dates vary and you will be advised by the Superintendent as to when your item can be removed. It is the owner/tenant’s responsibility to move the item(s) from his unit to the moving room at a pre-arranged time. At no time should an owner/tenant move larger items to the moving room without first contacting the building superintendent. As well, note that when you purchase new items such as mattresses, often the delivery firms bringing your new items will take away old items. Please investigate this option as it will save you having to move your item to the moving room for disposal.
4.14 The City does not collect construction or renovation waste such as kitchen counter tops, cupboards, drywall, lumber or any other materials of this nature, as per City ofToronto Municipal Code, Chapter 844, Section 8A. To arrange for this disposal of items of this nature, please contact a private hauler for proper disposal and co-ordinate this with the building superintendent.
4.15 Whenever you are in doubt as to how to dispose of a particular item, please contact the superintendent for instructions. Do not simply leave your items in the moving room without first making the appropriate arrangements.
5.1 The following rules shall apply to the use and occupation of units which are not occupied by a unit owner:
- No unit shall be occupied under a lease or license arrangement for transient, hotel or bed & breakfast purposes;
- No portion of the unit (other than the entire unit) shall be partitioned or divided for use as a single-family residence as defined according to the City of Toronto Zoning By-Law;
- In order to ensure and to facilitate practical and full compliance with the Condominium Act 1998, prior to entering into a lease of his unit, an owner shall provide to the board the tenant’s name, the members of the tenant’s family intending to reside in the unit, their respective names and ages and such other information as the Board may from time to time reasonably require.
- Prior to the commencement date of the tenancy, the owner shall provide access to the unit to the Corporation (or Property Management) for the express purpose of inspecting the unit, including air-conditioning/heating units and plumbing fixtures to ensure that the unit has maintained in good state of repair in accordance with the Declaration and Section 41 of the Act, and the owner shall forthwith comply with any notice from the Corporation requiring the owner to effect repairs to the unit portion to the commencement date of the tenancy.
5.2 Prior to the commencement date of the tenancy, the owner shall deliver to the Corporation a covenant or agreement signed by the tenant to the following effect:
“I acknowledge and agree that I, the members of my household, and my guests from time to time, will, in using the unit rented by me and the common elements, comply with the Condominium Act, The Declaration, the By Laws, and all rules and regulations of the Condominium Corporation, during the term of my tenancy, and will be subject to the same duties imposed by the above as if I were an Owner, except for the payment for common expenses, unless otherwise provided by the Condominium Act.”
In the event that the owner fails to provide such Agreement and to comply with the foregoing rule, prior to the commencement date of the tenancy, and in compliance with the Act, any person or persons intending to reside in the owner’s unit shall be deemed to be a trespasser and entry to or upon the common elements may be expressly denied by the Corporation until and unless such person or person and the owner comply with the Rules and with the Act.
Building security is the responsibility of everyone. Please assist in keeping192 Jarvis Streeta secure building by following these rules and guidelines related to building security:
5.3 When entering the building, do not allow anyone who is not a resident of the building to enter at the same time. All visitors must use the lobby phone to gain access from the person they are visiting. As well, do not allow anyone access to the building via the internal intercom system from your suite unless they are your guest.
5.4 The main lobby entrance door should never be propped open for any period of time. This door is strictly for people to enter and exit the building.
5.5 Lobby security must be upheld during a scheduled open house conducted by either the unit owner or his designated real estate agent. The owner, his agent or delegated person shall remain in the lobby at all times during the open house to allow people to enter and exit the building. Clients must be escorted from the lobby to the suite and to any common elements area that the client wishes to see. At no time should clients be allowed to tour any part of the building without a proper escort.
5.6 Your individual suite door should remain locked at all times, especially when you leave the suite.
5.7 No one shall change any locks to a unit or the common elements or place additional locks on any door or to any unit or the common elements, without first obtaining the written approval of the board and, if such approval is given, they must ensure that new locks are compatible with the “Schlage” master key system.
5.8 When entering the parking garage, do not permit anyone to follow you into the garage (either on foot, bike or in a car). All garage visitors must use their access card to gain access to the underground parking.
5.9 All incidents of unauthorized entry to the Building, any emergency concerning any elevator or situation otherwise affecting the safety and security of the building and its occupants must be reported immediately to the superintendent.
5.10 Motor vehicles left in the underground parking area should be locked, with windows closed, keys removed, and no valuable articles visible within the vehicle.
Parking, Driveway, Garage and Bicycle Storage Area
6.1 Parking is prohibited in the following areas:
- Fire zones
- Traffic lanes
- Delivery and garbage pick-up areas
- Driveways and access areas
6.2 Owners or occupants may park only in the space designated for their respective unit.
6.3 Drivers shall turn on headlights when entering or driving within the parking garage.
6.4 Visitors are permitted to park ONLY in areas indicated by signs designated “Visitor Parking” and residents are not permitted to use visitor parking spaces. All visitors must display the visitor’s parking permit on the left hand side of the front dashboard. The use of visitor parking spaces is limited to guests visiting residential units only and is on a first come, first served basis. Visitor’s parking may not be used by guests of residential units for “daytime parking”, where the guest leaves their vehicle in visitor’s parking during the day, leaves the building, and returns later to retrieve their vehicle.
6.5 Due to the limited visitor parking spaces available, no vehicle may occupy visitor parking for more than three consecutive days unless extended occupancy arrangements are made. Extended occupancy of visitor parking spaces may be provided through a special arrangement with the superintendent, who will provide an extended parking permit. Extended parking permits will be limited to a maximum of fourteen days. Extended parking permits must be visibly displayed on the left hand side of the front dashboard.
6.6 The Board of Directors reserves the right to immediately address any abuse to the rules concerning parking and the spirit of which they were intended. Those failing to adhere to the rules and the spirit of which they were intended could be subject to the towing of their cars or the cars of their guests at the expense of the owner.
6.7 In the event of the mechanical breakdown of a motor vehicle, the owner of such vehicle shall push the vehicle out of any right-of-way or access area and notify the building superintendent of the breakdown and remove the motor vehicle as soon as a tow truck can be obtained.
6.8 No car washing shall be permitted in the underground parking garage.
6.9 No repairs other than minor emergency repairs may be made to any motor vehicle parked or left standing in any part of the parking garage or upon the common elements.
6.10 Owners or occupants are responsible for any vehicle occupying their designated parking space, and may initiate the removal of a trespassing vehicle occupying their designated parking space. The Corporation accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the removal of a motor vehicle from the parking garage or any other part of the common elements where a resident or owner shall initiate this action. Further, the Corporation further accepts no responsibility for any loss or damages incurred by reason of any action being taken in connection with the removal of a vehicle from the property as initiated by an owner or resident.
6.11 No motor vehicle (unless for the providing of service on a temporary basis), other than a private passenger automobile, motorcycle, station wagon or family van, shall be parked in any parking space. No owner or occupant shall store or leave in his parking space or any other parking space any other object, including tires, bicycles, cans bottles or other containers.
6.12 No motor vehicles exceeding six feet, six inches (6’6’) in height, eight feet (8’) in width and twenty feet (20’) in length shall be parked within the parking garage or upon any part of the common elements other than in areas specifically designated for such purposes by the board.
6.13 No motor vehicle shall be driven or placed on any part of the common elements not designated for the passage or placement of motor vehicles.
6.14 No person shall place, leave, park or permit to be placed, left or parked within the parking garage or upon the common elements any motor vehicle which, in the opinion of the building superintendent or as directed by the Board, may pose a security or safety risk, either caused by its length of unattended stay, its physical condition or appearance or its potential damage to property. Upon 72 hours’ written notice from the superintendent, the owner of the vehicle shall be required to either remove or attend to the vehicle as required and directed by the building superintendent, in default of which the vehicle shall be removed from the property at the expense of the owner.
6.15 Residents shall register their vehicles with the management office. Any change in registration shall be reported as soon as possible.
6.16 Users are responsible for the elimination of (or costs incurred to remove) oils or grease spills, or repair of asphalt pavement in their parking spaces & users shall maintain their parking spaces in a clean and tidy condition.
6.17 Residents and guests are required to vacate their parking space for regularly scheduled maintenance and/or cleaning of the parking garage.
6.18 No person shall park or use a motor vehicle in contravention of these rules, otherwise such person shall be liable to be fined or to have his vehicle towed from the property in accordance with City By-Laws and in which event neither the corporation nor its agents shall be liable whatsoever for any damage, costs or expense whatsoever caused to such motor vehicle or to the owner thereof.
6.19 The speed limit in the parking garage and on all condominium property will not exceed 10km/h.
The recreational facilities of the building include the exercise room, party room, roof top patio, change rooms, saunas and garden patio area. These facilities are for the sole use and enjoyment of the residents of the condominium and their guests only. Unit owners who do not reside in the building shall be deemed a non-resident and are not entitled to use any recreational facility within the building.
7.1 All weight equipment shall be used properly. Users must not intentionally bang the weights.
7.2 Proper soft soled shoes, shorts or sweatpants, and shirts shall be worn at all times; bathing suits are not considered proper attire.
7.3 Children under the age of 14 years are not permitted in the exercise room.
7.4 All equipment is to be used at own risk and in accordance with proper techniques.
7.5 All weights should be properly stored in the appropriate area once you have completed use.
7.6 Lights should be turned off upon completion of using the exercise room.
7.7 Water shall not be poured on the sauna heating unit. The sauna is designed for dry heat. Water lowers the temperature and damages the heating unit and creates a risk of fire. Buckets, containers, glass and newspapers are not allowed in the sauna.
7.8 No one shall tamper with the sauna controls with the exception of the control that turns the sauna on and off.
7.9 The sauna door shall not be left open.
The whirlpool is a co-ed public area for the enjoyment of all owners, tenants and their guests. It is the responsibility of all users to ensure that conduct is both safe and appropriate at all times when using this, and all, recreational facilities.
7.10 The whirlpool is available to residents during the hours of operation deemed appropriate by the board of directors. The whirlpool area, saunas and change rooms may be closed to facilitate maintenance.
7.11 At no time should the top deadbolt be locked while the whirlpool or the whirlpool area is occupied.
7.12 Children under the age of 14 years shall be accompanied by their legal guardian or adult resident at all times.
7.13 A proper swimming suit must be worn in the whirlpool. Cut off shorts are not considered proper swimming attire. Nudity is not permitted in the whirlpool at any time.
7.14 Floats, water toys, balls, shampoo or soap of any kind are not permitted in the whirlpool or whirlpool area.
7.15 Radios, cassette players or other electronic devices are not permitted in the whirlpool area.
7.16 Horse play, splashing, spitting are not permitted to ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment.
7.17 The Department of Health requires that everyone take a thorough soap shower and rinse before entering the whirlpool
7.18 Persons with skin lesions or transmittable diseases may not use the whirlpool.
7.19 Smoking, food, and beverage consumption are prohibited in the whirlpool area.
7.20 The superintendent or manager has the authority to evict from the whirlpool anyone not adhering to the rules and regulations.
Outdoor Patio Area
7.21 All patio and lounge chairs taken outside should be returned indoors after use.
7.22 For the enjoyment of everyone, owners/tenants are required to clean up all garbage and litter after using the patio area.
8.1 Residents of units with a pet or pets kept or maintained within the unit before this rule comes into force, shall be entitled to continue to keep the pet or pets (“existing pets”) until the earlier of the death of the said pet(s), and/or or the date that the pet owner is no longer a resident in the unit, all subject to full compliance with these rules. Despite the above provision, such residents are exempt from the rule provisions concerning the size, type and number of pets per unit, with respect to “existing pets” provided that they are registered in accordance with paragraph 12 of this rule.
8.2 No pet that is deemed by the board, acting reasonably and in good faith, to be a hazard or a nuisance to residents, visitors or the property, shall be kept or permitted within or on the property (including both the common elements and/or any unit).
8.3 Residents of the building are permitted to keep only the following pets within their unit, in accordance with the conditions specified, and provided all provisions of this rule are fully complied with.
- As many as two dogs, each dog having an individual adult weight of no more than 30-kg.;
- As many as two cats;
- As many as two birds;
- A reasonable number of aquarium fish and small aquarium confined amphibians within a tank that does not exceed 50 gallons in size;
- As many as two of any of the following: gerbils, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits or other types of small mammals that are commonly kept as pets.
Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the Board at its discretion.
8.4 Reptiles, insects, spiders and exotic animals are strictly prohibited. Animals raised or breed for commercial purposes or as livestock are strictly prohibited.
8.5 No pets shall be allowed upon the common elements unless held in control by leash or carried by the owner. While on the property, all pets must be kept under personal supervision and control at all times. No resident shall permit a pet to urinate or defecate on any part of the property including interior and exterior areas. Owners shall clean their pet if soiled before entering the building to prevent the pet from soiling common area finishes. Pets are prohibited on the rooftop and ground floor patio. No resident shall allow a pet or pets to be left unattended on any balcony. No resident shall permit a pet or pets to urinate or defecate on any balcony.
8.6 In the event of an accident of a pet urinating or defecating or creating any other type of mess (such as dirty floor covering in the common areas because of a dog’s muddy paws) contrary to the above rules, the pet owner shall immediately clean up any mess left by the pet, and shall notify the building superintendent at the earliest possible time during business hours of the nature and location of the accident and the action taken. The cost of any clean up which the condominium corporation determines is reasonably necessary by building staff or contractor shall be charged back to the owner of the unit in which the pet responsible for the mess is kept.
8.7 In addition to the clean up costs referred to above, the owner of the unit within which a pet is kept shall be responsible for damage and other costs incurred by the corporation resulting from the pet, including without limitation, all costs incurred by the corporation of enforcement of this rule including legal costs, costs of mediation, arbitration and/or court proceedings, unless specifically otherwise agreed or ordered.
8.8 Any default in payment by the owner of the charges set out in paragraphs 7 and 8 above may be collected in the same manner as common expense arrears, including by lien registration and enforcement procedures.
8.9 All cat litter is to be disposed of by the owner delivering it to the designated area in the moving room or other area determined by the Board from time to time. Under no circumstances shall cat litter be disposed of through the building’s plumbing system or garbage chute. Under no circumstances are litter boxes to be kept on the balconies.
8.10 Noise caused by a pet(s), or the behavior of a pet(s) within or upon the property which causes a nuisance or annoyance to other residents shall be deemed to constitute sufficient grounds for the corporation to require permanent removal of the pet from the property in accordance with these rules.
8.11 All residents shall register their pet with the property manager. For “existing pets”, the said registration shall include a photograph of the pet as well as other details including its age, name, and a detailed description of other distinguishing features.
8.12 All residents shall comply with the laws of theProvinceofOntarioand any applicable municipal by-laws, regulations or ordinances with regard to their pets.
8.13 Any resident who keeps or allows an animal within or upon the property which is deemed by the board pursuant to rule 8.2 to be a hazard or nuisance to residents, or which persistently or on an unreasonable number of occasions is in violation of any of the rules set out herein shall, within two weeks of receipt of written notice from the board, permanently remove such pet from the property.
9.1 These regulations extend to all present and future owners, tenants and residents of units, their families, guests, invitees or licensees, as provided by the Condominium Act 1998 and Article X Clause (3) of the Declaration, all of whom shall be subject to and shall comply with the provisions of the Act, the Declaration, the By-laws, and any other Rules and Regulations of the Corporation.
9.2 In addition to all other means of enforcement available to the Corporation, attention is directed to “section 134” of the Act which provides that a duty imposed by the Act, the Declaration, by By-laws or the Rules may be enforced by an order of the Court directing the performance of the duty.
9.3 Any loss, cost or damages incurred by the Corporation by reason of a breach by any owner, his family, guests, servants, agent or occupants of his unit of any may be recovered by the Corporation against such owner.
9.4 The foregoing Rules shall become enforceable within thirty (30) days of the date hereof unless the Board is in receipt of a requisition in writing made in accordance with the Condominium Act 1998 requiring a meeting of the owners to consider the Rules.