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Does the condo corp have a right or an obligation to let everyone know that these units are designated for people with mental illness? Or on the other hand did they have an obligation to keep this information private? It seems to me now that anyone occupying these units is going to have all their neighbours knowing their private business (ie. having mental health problems) which could add stress to the tenants to be knowing this. If it is not anyone’s business then the condo has already violated future tenants privacy rights by their actions? Can you clarify this at all?