Schedule “A”




BE IT ENACTED as By-Law No. 12 (being a by-law to define standard units) of Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 126 (hereinafter referred to as the “Corporation”) as follows:


All words used herein which are defined in the Condominium Act, 1998, or any successor, (‘the Act”) shall have ascribed to them the meanings set out in the Act as amended from time to time.


The purpose of this by-law is to define the standard units in this condominium, in accordance with the requirements of the Act.

Where the materials or specifications set out in this by-law are uncertain or incomplete, the standard unit specifications and materials shall be consistent with “Builder’s Standard” construction. In the case of any dispute as to what constitutes “Builder’s Standard”, a comparison shall be had to the quality of the particular feature being offered by builders of comparable construction at the time of the damage.

The standard unit does not include features, which are part of the common elements. The Corporation’s declaration determines which features are part of the common elements and which features are part of the units. To the extent that the attached schedules include features which are part of the common elements, they are included for reference and information purposes. They are not intended to be part of the standard unit.

Except as otherwise indicated in this by-law, the standard unit(s) shall include all features of the units mentioned in the declaration or shown in the description of the condominium including Sheets 1 to 25 of Part 2 of the description. In the case of any inconsistency between the declaration or description and the schedules to this By-Law, the schedules to this By-Law shall prevail.

All materials and construction shall conform to the current Ontario Building Code, Ontario Fire Code, Ontario Electrical Safety Code, current Municipal regulations and by-laws, and all applicable bulletins in force. Where conflicting requirements exist, the most stringent shall apply. If any component of the standard unit must be upgraded or changed in order to comply with any applicable governmental regulation or code or other law applicable to the repair of insured damage or destruction, the said upgrade or change shall be considered part of the standard unit despite not being clearly defined herein as being part of the standard unit.

Where the schedules to this By-Law refer to specific brands of equipment or materials, this shall be deemed to include equivalent brands.

In this condominium, there are four (4) different classes of standard units. Each class is based upon a different model of unit in this condominium. The standard unit for each class or model is defined and described further in plans and specifications contained in the schedule(s) indicated for the particular class. The classes and schedule(s) are as follows:



Class Description




Garden Home Type “C”

Units 1, 2, 7, 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 47, 52, 53, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 70, 71 and 74, Level 1



Garden Home Type “D”




Garden Home Type “E”

Units 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46, Level 1



Garden Home Type “F”




Invalidity: The invalidity of any part of this by-law shall not impair or affect in any manner the validity and enforceability or effect of the balance thereof.

Waiver. No restriction, condition, obligation or provision contained in this by-law shall be deemed to have been abrogated or waived by reason of any failure to enforce the same irrespective of the number of violations or breaches thereof which may occur.

Headings: The headings in the body of this by-law form no part thereof but shall be deemed to be inserted for convenience of reference only.

Alterations: This by-law or any parts thereof may be varied, altered or repealed by a by-law passed in accordance with the provisions of the Act, and the Declaration.


Version 5 – May 2002

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This document was prepared by Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP for CCC #126 based on a thorough review of all relevant documentation and the specific circumstances of this condominium. This document may not be appropriate for another condominium.

Please note: The form from which this document was prepared is regularly revised and updated.


Schedule “1”

Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 126


Specifications are applicable to all classes. All items are of standard builder’s quality, unless otherwise stated.


Interior Doors: 1 3/8" hallow core hardboard.

Floors: Kitchen, bathroom, powder room and entrance hall have cushioned floor. Living room, dining room, stairs and all bedrooms wall-to-wall carpeting.

Walls: 1/2" Drywall, primed with 2 coates of latex paint.

Trim: Economy grade wood trim, painted with oil base, semi gloss paint.

Ceilings: 8 foot high ceilings, stipple on drywall.

Windows: Thermo glazed energy saving slider complete with screens as required. Living room window thermo glazed.


  • Rented gas fired fast recovery hot water tank
  • Gas fired warm air furnace
  • 100 amp service (underground wiring) with 20 circuit panel
  • Rough-in for future powder room off master bedroom in models C, D and E.
  • Copper piping
  • PVC drainage pipes
  • Hardwired smoke detectors


  • Pre-wired for cable and telephone


  • Sliding closet doors with one interior shelf and hanging rod [please confirm]
  • Glass ceiling light fixture


  • Class Type “C”, “D”, and “F” – sliding closet doors with one interior shelf and hanging rod
  • Class Type “E” - Walk-In closet with slab door, plastic door knobs and fixtures, and interior closet light fixture and hanging rod


  • Dish style light with two bulbs
  • Sliding doors on closets with one interior shelf and hanging rod


  • 4 wood shelves in linen closet
  • Class Type “C” – slab door in linen closet
  • Class Type “D” and “F” – sliding door in linen closet
  • Class Type “E” – bi-fold door in linen closet
  • Painted wood handrails with metal spindles
  • Glass ceiling light fixtures


  • Charcoal filter and hood fan over range area
  • 2 hanging ball light fixtures
  • Builder’s standard cabinets in wood [please confirm type of wood, style of cabinets, etc.]
  • Metal cabinet handles and accessories
  • Standard single head faucets
  • Plastic Laminate kitchen countertops with single stainless steel sink


Standard interior door in Class Type “C”, “D”, and “F”

  • Bi-fold door in Class Type “E”
  • [please confirm shelving/hanging rod lighting etc.]


  • Basic chandelier


  • Ceramic tile from tub to drop ceiling or top of window and caulked.
  • One globe ceiling fixture
  • Standard grade toilet and standard bathtub with shower curtain rod
  • Plastic Laminate bathroom countertops
  • Ceiling fan and ducts in bathrooms without windows
  • Shower head with one spigot and 2 handles
  • Porcelain sinks with standard single head sink faucet with 2 handles
  • 24” x 36” bathroom mirror
  • Builder standard vanity with double or triple door [please confirm which Class Type has double and which has triple door]


  • 3" poured concrete over 5" crushed rock
  • Floor drain
  • Dryer vent and outlet
  • Single fibreglass laundry tub with connection for washer


Unless otherwise indicated herein, the following items shall simply be of standard quality and installation and in accordance with all relevant or applicable codes and regulations:

  • light switch and cover plates
  • electrical outlets and cover plates
  • plumbing drains insulation ducting,
  • venting and associated fans door hardware
  • vapour barrier
  • electrical wiring
  • paint trim
  • cabinet hardware (bathroom(s) and kitchen)
  • door bells – front and back