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I think it’s fair to say that the pandemic has mainly worsened life for all of us – and has been particularly tough on many.
In this blog, however, I’d like to reflect on some “silver linings” in this awful cloud.
As reported in our recent blog, the province’s latest emergency order has again placed significant restrictions on activities in the province (for the time being).
In our recent blog, we offered some brief commentary on the question: What does this mean for construction projects in existing condominiums?
This blog provides some additional detail.
When someone supplies work or materials to a property, they often provide one or more warranties (such as a labour warranty or material or manufacturer’s warranty). Warranties can be an extremely important component of many transactions. But what exactly is a warranty?
The Ontario government announced yesterday that it is declaring a second province-wide state of emergency. Click below to find out more about the new restrictions that will be in place and what this means for condominiums.
Government Holds Consultations on Legislative Changes Enabling Virtual Processes Under the Condominium Act
The government is currently holding written public consultations about making permanent changes to the legislation to enable virtual and digital processes under the Condominium Act, 1998. Click below to learn more about what changes are being considered and how you can provide your feedback.