There are certain cases where a condominium board can go straight to court and request an immediate eviction order.
A condominium board can make an application for immediate eviction if a tenant:
- has caused or is causing excessive damage to the common property or any other property of the condominium corporation; or
- is a danger to or is intimidating the owners or tenants in the complex.
If such an application is made, the corporation must notify the tenant and owner of the unit. A court hearing will be held where a judge will decide whether to grant an order for the tenant to immediately give up possession of the unit.