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Poll: Was forcing a litigious condo owner to sell her unit too harsh?

On Tuesday, a B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled that a dispute over a parking spot between a condo owner and the strata complex had gone far enough, ordering the owner to sell her unit or expect a visit from the RCMP. The complex had incurred more than $173,000 in legal fees and other costs, and the case had tied up resources thanks to numerous appeals and lawsuits.

We want to know: Was the judge's penalty against the condo owner fair? Cast your vote below or click here.

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