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LOUISEIZE v Peel C.C #103 : SCOFFLAW violator loses ACQUIESCENCE appeal of arbitration 2017/06/30 14:24  
After more than a decade & a half of admitted violation of lease controls in the Erin Mills ( Mississauga ) area townhouse Declaration, an incorrigible longtime scofflaw loses a judicial appeal of lawyer Armand Conant's arbitral decision.

The appeal was based creatively on alleged Act-violating acquiescence grounds ( “ YOU DIDN'T TRY HARD ENOUGH TO STOP ME ! !” ) seeking to gut the generous 9 month arbitrated deadline to obey the Declaration & Condo Act 1998. He operated multiple units including in other communities.

Even winning drains community funds & governance.

But the scofflaw will suck up : his counsel J Fine's appeal costs, $ 8.2 K of Peel C.C. #103’s costs in winning this appeal, 100 % of the $ 30 K arbitration costs awarded against him by Mr Conant, plus ‘partials’ awarded by Mr Conant for the earlier arbitral procedurals.

Louiseize v Peel CC # 103 2017 ONSC 4031 issued June 29/17
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