Toronto Couple Could No Longer Take the Sight of Their Neighbor’s Porch

A couple built a 6-foot tall wall in their property when they decided that they could no longer take the sight of their hoarder neighbor’s porch. Toronto Public Health on the other hand has lead a coordinated hoarding response plan among the various affected city departments and external groups, such as charities and independent clinics.

“You have the right to enjoy and use your property, in a reasonable way, in compliance with the law. But if your use of the property is negatively impacting your neighbour’s use of their property or the value of their property, the neighbours could potentially sue in civil courts,” Mr. Shuman, Toronto-based real-estate lawyer, said. “I’m not saying it would be a slam-dunk case.”’
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