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 quoted in News 880 AM on Alberta’s condo legislation

The province of Alberta is holding a consultation period for its condo legislation. The consultation period allows for proposed amendments to the legislation, which was first introduced in 1966 and hasn’t seen any changes since the mid-90’s. Robert Noce, condominium...

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. is interviewed by Global Edmonton News regarding the proposed changes to the Condominium Property Act

Roberto Noce, Q.C. is interviewed by Global Edmonton News regarding the proposed changes to the Condominium Property Act. To view the video, click here.

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. is interviewed by Global Edmonton News regarding Adult-Only Condominiums

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Roberto Noce, Q.C. is quoted on Global Edmonton’s website regarding Condominium Law.

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Lou Natale and Jason Rivait speak at the ACMO/CCI Condominium Conference

Lou Natale and Jason Rivait speak at the 22nd annual ACMO/CCI-Toronto and Area Chapter Condominium Conference in Toronto.

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Roberto Noce presents “Top 10+ (Things Every Lawyer Should Know)”

Robert Noce brings his condo law expertise to the Legal Education Society of Alberta’s presentation “Top 10+ (Things Every Lawyer Should Know)”.

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Roberto Noce presents “Top 10+ (Things Every Lawyer Should Know)”

Robert Noce brings his condo law expertise to the Legal Education Society of Alberta’s presentation “Top 10+ (Things Every Lawyer Should Know)”.

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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., speaks at Canadian Condominium Institute conference

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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Roberto Noce, Q.C. is answering questions and speaking on Condominium Laws at 11am on 98.5FM CFWE’s “Ask The Lawyer”.

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Jeff Selby and Josh Selby present at the Legal Education Society of Alberta’s Condominiums; A Practitioner’s Update, October 22, 2014

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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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Use and Non-Use of Licensed Land Agents by Renewable Energy Companies

In Alberta, oil and gas companies have long required the services of accredited land agents in acquiring or leasing land to exploit the mineral resources there.  The recent surge in interest in renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar, presents...

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Reminder Notice to Real Estate Owners and Tenants in Quebec – 2018-2020 Property Assessment Appeals

Deadline : April 30, 2018 The value of your Quebec property is assessed every three years by the relevant assessing authority (“Authority”), depending on the assessment cycle your municipality is part of. This triennial assessment will determine the property taxes...

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Environmental Liability of Commercial Landlords: Limited Landlord Liability for Acts/Omissions of its Tenants

A case review of Sorbam v Litwack 2017 ONSC 706 (CanLII), aff’d 2017 ONCA 850 Synopsis The case involves a somewhat typical contaminated land dispute between neighbouring commercial property owners. The plaintiff conducted investigations on its property in support of...

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Roberto Noce comments on changes to Alberta condo legislation in The Lawyer’s Daily

The Lawyer's Daily, "Changes to decades-old Alberta condo legislation 'long overdue,' lawyer says"

Alberta has announced new protections for condo buyers, a move a real estate lawyer said will mark the first major changes to the province’s condominium legislation in over 50 years. “Albertans deserve to be protected when making a big purchase like...

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“Green” Changes Announced for Ontario Building Code

On July 14, 2017, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs announced the replacement of the Ontario Building Code, effective January 1, 2019. The changes are being made to include new requirements supporting the government’s Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) of June...

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What Does the Elimination of the Ontario Municipal Board Mean? – Preliminary Expectations

The Ontario government has announced that it will introduce legislation to replace the Ontario Municipal Board (“OMB”) with a new Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (“LPAT”).  The most important change is the elimination of the OMB’s power to substitute its decision...

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New Real Property Register Requirement

On December 10, 2016 the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 (“FCPA”) came into force in Ontario.  This act makes it easier for the Government of Ontario to use or sell property that has been forfeited to the Ontario Crown upon...

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New Vancouver-Area Real Estate Taxes

Two taxes have been recently introduced in the Vancouver area, designed to cool the local estate market. The BC “Foreign Buyer Tax” Effective August 2, 2016, a transfer tax of 15% of fair market value is payable by “foreign nationals”...

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Short-Term Condominium Rentals

Short-term rental condominiums operated through online companies like AirBnB and VRBO are becoming an increasingly popular choice for travellers and condominium unit owners alike. Travellers appreciate the sense of home, convenience, affordability and amenities that a privately owned condominium provides,...

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Review Your Property Tax Situation Before 2016 Ends

As 2016 draws to a close, there are a number of property tax questions that landowners and tenants in Ontario should consider to ensure you do not miss a tax saving opportunity. Do you wonder if some or all of...

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