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Antoni Casalinuovo

Hons. B.A., LL.B.

 

Ext:  808

Email: 
acasalinuovo@elia.org

 

Antoni practices primarily in civil litigation with a focus on condominium law. Antoni also represents clients in a variety of commercial and construction disputes.

Antoni’s knowledge of condominium law and the litigation process allows him to work hard to achieve positive results and advance the interest of his clients in adversarial disputes. Antoni has had a number of judicial decisions and articles reported in a variety of legal and condominium publications. Antoni has represented clients before many levels of Courts and administrative tribunals, including the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Divisional Court of Ontario, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Assessment Review Board and the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board.

EDUCATION AND AFFILIATIONS 

Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario ("ACMO")  Member
Canadian Condominium Institute - Toronto & Area Chapter Member
Canadian Condominium Institute - Golden Horseshoe Chapter Member
Law Society of Upper Canada Member
University of Ottawa LL.B.
York University Hons. B.A.

 

 

 

Latest Articles

NEWS: Marc Bhalla in the Spring 2018 issue of Condo News

May 17, 2018

The Spring 2018 edition of Condo News magazine, published by the Golden Horseshoe chapter of CCI, features an article that Marc Bhalla wrote on page 33.

In his article, titled 5 Habits of Highly Effective Directors, Marc points to positive habits that condominium directors can embrace.

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How the Sale of Goods Act Applies to Condos

It can be tempting, for simplicity’s sake, to assume that the Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”) is the main, and sometimes only, source of law governing condominiums; however, there are many other pieces of legislation that can impact upon your community and its legal options.

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