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Top 8 deadlines for condominium corporations: Part 1

Whether it’s early days of a new condominium or thereafter, condominium corporations should be mindful of a number of important deadlines. We’ve listed our top eight deadlines for condominium corporations below: 1. First-year budget deficit Section 75 of the Condominium...

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Incidence de la Loi 96 sur le secteur du droit immobilier au Québec

Le 1er juin 2022, la Loi sur la langue officielle et commune du Québec, le français (communément appelée la « Loi 96 ») a été adoptée. Nous vous présentons ci-dessous un résumé de l’incidence de cette loi sur le secteur du droit immobilier...

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Can condominium developers be liable in tort for construction deficiencies?

On May 25, 2022, the Alberta Court of Appeal released its decision for Condominium Corporation No. 0522151 (Somerset Condominium) v JV Somerset Development Inc., 2022 ABCA 193 (“JV Somerset”). Roberto Noce, Q.C. and Michael Gibson of Miller Thomson LLP acted...

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Part 2: Top 6 considerations for new condominiums

With the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions and immigration doors re-opening, there should be no shortage of cranes in the ground over the next few years. New condominiums have a host of issues to address within the first couple years of...

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Top 5 tips to install electric vehicle charging stations on the common elements

The Government of Canada has set targets for cars and passenger trucks to be zero-emissions by 2035. As the days and years pass, the number of electric vehicles on the road and in condominiums substantially increase. In the event a...

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Part 1: Top 6 considerations for new condominiums

With the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions and immigration doors re-opening, there should be no shortage of cranes in the ground over the next few years. New condominiums have a host of issues to address within the first couple years of...

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Can a court compel a condominium to vote on removing its board of directors?

This question was recently considered in the reported decision, Jasper Developments v. York Condominium No. 82, 2022 ONSC 768. By background, York Condominium Corporation No. 82 (“YCC 82”) had significant financial issues, and approved a special assessment of approximately $35,000...

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Records requests and contemplated litigation

The Condominium Authority Tribunal’s (“CAT”) recent decision in Zamfir v. York Condominium Corporation No. 238, 2021 ONCAT 118 (“Zamfir”) brings some much needed clarity on the extent to which a condominium corporation can rely on the exception to produce records...

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Looking forward: 5 emerging condo trends for 2022

While the pandemic will undoubtedly continue to play a large part of the year ahead, there are some other emerging trends that will alter the way the condominium industry does business in Ontario in the coming year. Keeping with our...

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How can a condominium corporation address threats, intimidation and abuse of process?

Our office has been successful in the recent case of TSCC 2519 v. Emerald PG Holdings et al, 2021 where the Honourable Justice Vella of the Superior Court of Justice confirmed that when a unit owner (or group of unit...

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