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2. Residential Units

  • 2.1 Each residential unit shall be occupied and used only as a private single family residence and for no other purpose.
  • 2.2 No immoral, improper, offensive or unlawful use shall be made of any residential unit or of the Condominium property. All municipal and other zoning ordinances, laws, rules and regulations of all government regulatory agencies having jurisdiction shall be strictly observed.
  • 2.3 No auction sales or events to which the general public is invited shall be allowed in any unit or on the common elements.
  • 2.4 Each owner shall install, maintain and repair a smoke or similar fire detection device in his unit, provided that such device is approved by the Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada.
  • 2.5 Outdoor barbecue equipment shall not be placed, used or operated within any deck or common element area, including any portion of the common elements designated for the exclusive use of a unit owner for reasons of fire safety to avoid the creation of a nuisance.
  • 2.6 The following rules shall apply to the installation and maintenance of any washing machine installed in a residential unit:
    1. each washing machine shall be equipped with nylon reinforced hoses for the supply of hot and cold water designated for at least a minimum burst pressure of 1,000 p.s.i. and a rubber compound to withstand 180 degrees Fahrenheit;
    2. after using any washing machine, each owner, his tenant, guest, servant or agent shall immediately turn off the taps to both the hot and cold water supply; and
    3. each washing machine shall be installed in such a manner so as to permit the easy and convenient shut off of tapes thereto, it being the purpose and intent of this rule to reduce or eliminate the considerable inconvenience and costs incurred as a result of flooding caused by the bursting of inadequate and poorly installed washing machine hoses.
  • 2.7 No owner shall permit an infestation of pests, insects, vermin or rodents to exist at any time in his residential unit or adjacent common elements. Owners shall immediately report to the Building Manager all incidents of pests, insects, vermin or rodents and all owners shall fully cooperate with the Building Manager to provide access to each residential unit for the purpose of conducting a spraying program to eliminate any incident of pests, insects, vermin or rodents within the Building.
  • 2.8 No awnings, shades, screens, enclosures or structures whatsoever shall be erected on any terrace without the prior written consent of the Board.
  • 2.9 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, unless as specifically contemplated in the declaration.
  • 2.10 Water shall not be left naming unless in actual use.
  • 2.11 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 or other substances shall be thrown therein. Any damage resulting to them from misuse or from unusual or unreasonable use shall be borne by the owner who has, or whose family, guests, tenants, visitors, servants or agents have caused such damage.
  • 2.12 Nothing shall be thrown out of windows or doors of the Building.
  • 2.13 Owners shall not overload existing electrical circuits in their units.
  • 2.14 No storage of any combustible or offensive goods, provisions or materials shall be kept in any unit or the common elements.
  • 2.15 No articles, fixtures or doormats shall be placed at individual doorways leading into any residential unit or in the hallways. No one shall obstruct or permit the obstruction of any entry, passageway, hallway or stairwell which is part of the common elements and any such entry, passageway, hallway or stairwell shall be used only as a means of ingress or egress to and from the building and the residential unit or some other part of the common elements. No one shall place or leave, or permit to be placed or left, anything in the corridor outside unit or in the stairwells.
  • 2.16 No major electrical appliances; except a stove, refrigerator, washing machine, clothes dryer, dishwasher, other common household electrical appliances, and any electrical appliances originally provided by the Declarant shall be installed or used in any unit without the prior written consent of the Board.
  • 2.17 No noise shall be permitted to be transmitted from one residential unit to another. If the Board of Directors determines that any noise is being transmitted to another unit and that such noise is an annoyance or a nuisance or disruptive, than the owner of such unit shall at his expense take such steps as shall be necessary to abate such noise to the satisfaction of the Board. If the owner of such residential 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 thereby incurred in abating the noise (including reasonable solicitor's fees).