Condominium & Strata

For over 40 years, Miller Thomson’s Condominium Group has assisted condominium corporations, owners and developers with every type of legal issue. Recognized as industry leaders, our lawyers have authored and edited industry textbooks, journals and newsletters, and are prominent contributors to industry associations, committees and conferences. Given our presence in jurisdictions across the country, we have a deep understanding of the applicable rules, regulations and legislation at the regional or local level, ensuing that we quickly and efficiently respond to our clients’ needs.

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Robert Noce discusses condo fees on Calgary Today

Robert Noce appears on News Talk 770’s Calgary Today program discussing condo buildings in Calgary and Cochrane claiming ‘no condo fees’ along with the purchase of a condo. Listen to the segment: Is there such a thing as ‘no condo...

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Audrey Loeb lectures at Auckland University law school

Audrey was invited to New Zealand to lecture at Auckland University law school. She is also the keynote speaker at a strata titles conference for professionals and academics from New Zealand, Australia and Malaysia at Canterbury University in Christchurch in...

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Bill 106 – Protecting Condominium Owners Act

Bill 106, the Protecting Condominium Owners Act, was introduced for 2nd reading in the Legislature on September 15, 2015. Once passed, It will be referred to the committee for further discussions. Watch for updates from the Miller Thomson Condominium Law Group and follow...

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Warren Kleiner quoted in Yahoo! Canada article

Warren Kleiner, Partner in Miller Thomson’s Condominium Group, is quoted in the Yahoo! Canada article entitled “$45K parking space a relative bargain in Canada’s competitive parking market.” The article explores the skyrocketing prices of parking spots in Toronto, Vancouver and ...

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Audrey Loeb on CBC Toronto’s Metro Morning

Miller Thomson’s Audrey Loeb, part of the firm’s Condominium Group, was interviewed on CBC Metro Morning surrounding a story on a $15 million condominium fraud in Toronto.

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. quoted in Edmonton Journal

Roberto Noce, Q.C. is quoted in the Edmonton Journal article, “Alberta condo laws to be overhauled”. To view the article, click here.

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. featured CBA National Magazine

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Audrey Loeb featured in The Condo Game

Audrey Loeb was recently featured in the CBC documentary The Condo Game. The documentary examines the forces driving Toronto’s condominium boom over the last two decades and the resulting issues for stakeholders. The Condo Game can be viewed online here.

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Odysseas Papadimitriou runs for board of directors of Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto Chapter

We are pleased to announce that Odysseas Papadimitriou is running for election to the  board of directors of the Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto Chapter.  If you or your condominium corporation are members of CCI – Toronto, please take a...

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. discusses Edmonton apartment elevator dispute on Global Edmonton

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Audrey Loeb and Warren Kleiner present on Ontario Condominium Act

Audrey Loeb and Warren Kleiner speak on coming changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 to over 1,400 of the legal profession at the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Real Estate summit.

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Megan Mackey presents condo case law update

Megan Mackey speaks on “Top Ten 2015 Cases”, an annual case law update presented by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario.

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Megan Mackey speaks on Protecting Condominium Owners Act

Megan Mackey speaks on “Presented recommendations on revisions to Bill 106 (Protecting Condominium Owners Act)” to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs at the public hearings at Queen’s Park.

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Audrey Loeb and Warren Kleiner speak at annual Condominium Conference

Audrey Loeb presents in a panel discussion entitled: Rapid Fire Legal. Warren Kleiner presents in a panel discussion entitled: Shared Facilities.

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Megan Mackey presents on pets in condominiums

Megan Mackey speaks on the topic of “Pets in Condominiums” at a seminar to the Real Property Law section of the Ontario Bar Association.

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. speaks at Alberta Urban Muncipalities Convention

Roberto Noce, Q.C. is a presenter at the 2015 AUMA Convention & AMSC Trade Show.

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Robert Noce, Q.C., is speaking at the Canadian Condominium Institute – Northern Alberta Chapter Annual Conference.

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Roberto Noce, Q.C., discusses Bill 9 Update at the Association of Condominium Managers of Alberta Lucheon

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. discusses the death of Bill 13 on 630 CHED – Edmonton condo bill struck from legislature discussion

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Josh Selby is speaking at the ACMA, CCI, REIC Conference in Calgary on the topic of Changes to New Acts & Recent Condo Case Law.

The conference runs September 11 & 12, 2014 at the Coast Plaza Hotel.

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Don’t Go Breakin’ My Bylaws

Roberto Noce, Q.C., hosts a Condominium Law seminar.  The seminar will be held at the Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre, 1316 33rd Street NE Calgary, AB. 11:30 AM – Lunch & Registration Noon – 1:00 PM – Session

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I Dream of Condos

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar held at Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre, 11727 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton.

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Don’t Go Breakin’ My Bylaws

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar.

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The Facts of Condominium Life

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar.

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The Facts of Condominium Life

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar.

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Three’s Company: Your Property Manager, Your Condo Board and You

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar.

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Condominium Issues: Acting for Corporations, Owners, and Others

Jennifer Quick speaks at the LSUC’s Ethical Red Flags for Real Estate Lawyers seminar on “Condominium Issues: Acting for Corporations, Owners, and Others.”

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Using Condominiums Safely and Effectively

Condominium lawyer, Roberto Noce, presents “Using Condominiums Safely and Effectively: Get the latest word from our Courts about how to avoid unplanned results.”

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Three’s Company: Your Property Manager, Your Condo Board and You

Roberto Noce, Q.C. hosts a Condominium Law seminar, “Three’s Company – Your Property Manager, Your Condo Board and You.”

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Won’t You Be My Neighbour?: Understanding Condominium Living

Condominium lawyer, Roberto Noce, Q.C., presents, “Won’t You Be My Neighbour?: Understanding Condominium Living.”

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Monthly Tip

As autumn approaches, condominium corporations should ensure that all exterior construction projects are on their way to being completed before winter. It is always important that Boards and Property Managers consult with their condominium corporation’s engineers and lawyers to ensure...

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Decisions from the Courts: A Cautionary Tale for Do-it-Yourselfers and Status Certificate Errors – Who’s Responsible?

CondoVoice, Summer 2016

York Condominium Corporation No. 78 v. Stein (2015 ONSC 1837) – Decision of March 8, 2016 Renovation projects in residential condominium units are becoming commonplace.

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Attention Condominium Corporations! Deadline for Filing Requests for Reconsideration of MPAC Assessment for 2017 is 120 Days from Date of Issuance

In 2016, every property owner in Ontario will receive or has received a property assessment notice from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (“MPAC”) updating the value of his/her property based on a valuation date of January 1, 2016. This general...

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Monthly Tip

If your condominium corporation receives an insurance renewal account from your broker and the board is concerned that the premium is too high, it might make sense to have an updated insurance appraisal carried out. The result might mean a...

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Capital reserve fund exists to minimize special assessments

Edmonton Journal

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Monthly Tip

When preparing status certificates, condominium corporations should note whether units are separately metered and, if so, for what utilities.

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Questions and Answers with Robert Noce

Insite Magazine, Canadian Condominium Institute, Vol. 29, Issue 4, Summer 2016, 23-27

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Fighting Back against Excessive Closing Costs

If your condominium corporation is less than two years old, you might wish to forward this newsletter to your unit owners and facilitate a discussion among those owners who bought directly from the builder about the costs they were charged...

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The Five Stages of Requisition Meeting Grief

As Annual General Meeting season kicks into full swing, condominium corporations across Ontario are replenishing their boards with newly-elected directors. Let us take a moment to reflect on what happens when the best of directorial intentions take a turn for...

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Renegade renovation a clear condo bylaw breach

Edmonton Journal

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