Condominium Litigation, Building Deficiencies and Tarion Claims
We are both condominium lawyers and litigators. We handle the full gamut of all of our clients’ litigation needs, including construction related claims (i.e. claims respecting original construction defects, defective repair work, etc.), contract disputes, insurance related claims, property related claims, and Tarion claims in relation to newer condominiums.
Our lawyers have represented clients at all levels of Court in Ontario, as well as before multiple administrative tribunals. Ultimately, our specialized experience in the condominium litigation context allow us to best represent our clients as they handle this complex area of condominium law.
Acting and Reacting Reasonably
Episode 31 – Acting and Reacting Reasonably
If you missed our Condo Crunch on November 24, 2022 regarding acting and reacting reasonably, you can now listen to the session on our podcast!
Episode 19 - An episode about Compliance Applications
Episode 19 – An Episode about Compliance Applications
In our latest podcast episode, Jim and David discuss a recent compliance case and compliance applications generally.
Episode 9 - Compliance Applications
Episode 9 – Compliance Applications
Our latest Condopedia Podcast episode is available now! What happens if condo residents are not complying with a condominium’s governing
Power of Sale: The Risks for Owners
What happens when an owner refuses to pay a special assessment?
What Is Reasonable When an Owner Complains about the Common Elements?
Condominium corporations have a duty to act reasonably when it comes to fulfilling their obligations to repair and maintain the common elements.
In a recent decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a case where the condominium corporation was found to have acted reasonably.
Check out our blog to find out what the condominium had done in response to complaints about rooftop fans.
What Are Building Schemes and How Do They Work?
We recently represented a client in a case involving a building scheme. In Chapadeau v Devlin et. al, 2018 ONSC
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