In Billimoria v. Mistry (Ont CA, 2022) the Court of Appeal considers when "a joint tenant or tenant in common" of real estate may compel sale against the wishes of another such owner:
The Partition Act Issue
 Section 2 of the Partition Act provides that a joint tenant or tenant in common may be compelled to make partition or sale. The onus is on the party resisting sale to demonstrate reasons why it ought not to be sold. There must be malicious, vexatious or oppressive conduct to justify the refusal to sell: Brienza v. Brienza, 2014 ONSC 6942, at paras 24-27.
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