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Sorry for the delay, I have been on holiday. Thanks for replying in some form but your response was what everyone else has been saying. When you talk to the city (by-law enforcement, inspection), they say talk to the developer or consult a lawyer. It becomes a circular argument. I was hoping that someone would at least point to case law on this but it seems that was wishful thinking. I am reluctant to rate your answer as poor as I know these things are tracked so I am inclined to just let it sit there as unfinished/unrated. That way you don't get dinged.
I do get dinged if there is no rating. If you rate me with an OK rating then nothing happens to my stats one way or the other.
As well, my service is not poor because I say what others say. It means that my answer and those of the others you speak to are right.
Caselaw is not what you need and now how this works. No one is going to discuss caselaw at this stage.