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Megan Molloy

B.A. (Hons), LL.B.


Ext: 805

Email:  mmolloy@elia.org

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Megan is a litigation associate specializing in all areas of condominium law. She represents condominium corporations and unit owners in a variety of civil, corporate, and commercial, and quasi-criminal matters relating to the Condominium Act, 1998, and has appeared before many levels of Courts and administrative tribunals including the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court of Ontario, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board.

Before joining Elia Associates in 2013, Megan worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General in the area of criminal law. Megan comes from an extensive background in sport and had the privilege of being a member of the Canadian National Team for eight years, during which time she became a four-time National Champion and World Bronze Medallist in Synchronized Skating.

Megan is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association, The Advocates’ Society, the Toronto Lawyer’s Association, the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario and the Canadian Condominium Institute, and volunteers as part of CCI’s Communications Committee. Megan also serves on her condo's Board of Directors and Shared Facilities Committee.



Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario  Member
Canadian Condominium Institute - Toronto Chapter Member
Ontario Bar Association Member
Canadian Bar Association Member
The Advocates' Society Member
The Toronto Lawyer's Association Member
Law Society of Upper Canada Member
University of Kent
York University B.A. (Hons.)




Latest Articles

ACMO Burlington Conference – A Quick Reflection

February 9, 2018

Legal Update

By: Patricia Elia

I recently had the pleasure of participating at the ACMO Burlington Conference. My congratulations to ACMO on a well-structured and informative day. The day started with representatives from each of the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) and the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) bringing everyone up-to-date on the implementation of both of these newly formed organizations. During the course of the round table discussions, I had the opportunity to discuss “Aging in Place”, which continues to be a meaningful and multidimensional discussion. We covered a gamut of topics, from shifting the paradigm around aging to managing aging assets. I was delighted with the willingness to see mobility concerns as an issue that affects all ages, and the thoughtfulness at the table around capital asset replacement that takes accessibility into design. Creative dialogues on how to inform community members of local resources also helped our analysis on how to manage risk and divert risk away from condominiums, which have a very definitive scope of responsibility under the Condominium Act, 1998.

NEWS: Kati Aubin and Richard Elia in the Fall 2017 issue of Condo Contact

January 3, 2018

The Fall 2017 issue of Condo Contact, published by the Eastern Ontario chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features two articles by Kati Aubin and Richard Elia on pages 23 and 30.

The first article titled Enhancement of Director Disclosure examines the new disclosure obligations for directors that came in to effect November 1, 2017. The second article focuses on unit owner meetings and the new timelines for AGMs and requisitioned meetings and is titled Changes to the Unit Owners Meetings - New Timelines and Procedures.