Condominium corporations in Ontario are unique statutory creatures that must run with economic efficiency within the Condominium Act, 1998 while maintaining community standards. Our goal is to use our years of expertise as condominium law lawyers to help you achieve that goal efficiently. Condominiums are like the fourth level of government – ask us why!
As condominium law lawyers, we have worked for years in developing processes to support the operation of an efficient condominium from the legal side. Why is the legal side so important? Condominium corporations only exist as a result of the laws set out in the Condominium Act, 1998. Thus, a correct interpretation of the Act is key to understanding how a condominium is required to function day-to-day. Our practice has given us a breadth of experience so that we can deal with both standard day-to-day matters (such as collection of 100 cents on the dollar for common expense arrears) and a variety of unique situations. Our condominium law lawyers can also provide corporate advice on contractual arrangements, including those with your property management company and other service providers such as landscaping companies, cleaning companies, and waste removal companies.
In the area of condominium law, we offer:
|NEWS: Megan Molloy in the Winter 2016 issue of Condovoice|
January 12, 2017
The Winter 2016 edition of Condovoice magazine - the award winning quarterly publication of the Toronto & Area Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI Toronto) - features an article by Megan Molloy on page 29.
In her article, titled Slipping (and falling) in a Winter Wonderland, Megan reviews liability and safety issues for condominium corporations during the winter months.
|NEWS: Marc Bhalla in CCI Review (London)|
November 14, 2016
The 2015/2016-5 edition of CCI Review, the newsletter published by the London and Area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features an article by Marc Bhalla on page 12.
In his article, titled True or False? Myths and Misnomers About Mediation, Marc clarifies many of the common misconceptions about what mediation is and how it can help improve a situation.