The explosive growth of online short-term rental websites has caused considerable controversy and concerns for condominium corporations
Whether by corruption or incompetence, condo boards that mismanage their multi-million dollar budgets and reserve funds are a recurring problem.
There are instances where unit owners may have recourse to insurance to cover their share of the special assessment. Ahead are a few examples.
Emotions are running high at two CityPlace buildings after the condominium corporation started enforcing a rule that prohibits any pets that were not registered with the corporation by a specified date.
Some of the signals of potential malfeasance in real estate transactions are not obvious or only appear ominous when they are part of a pattern of questionable conduct.
Lessons from a Human Rights Tribunal decision focusing on a residential property's obligations to disabled residents.
Proposed amendments to Ontario's Cannabis Control Act would allow authorities to lock down and bar entry to residential dwellings in the course of laying charges
What can a purchaser do when their agreement to purchase a pre-construction condominium unit is cancelled? This affects condo investors, or landlords, that buy multiple new units to lease out.
How, exactly, is a developer permitted to simply cancel a project, sometimes a number of years after the first agreements of purchase and sale were signed?
One recent case shed light on how these newly available SLAPP provisions may apply in the condo context.
How can companies adapt to the monumental change of cannabis legalization? The short answer is to implement a drug policy.
A condo refurbishment project is the perfect time to come up with a cost-effective plan to provide a more inclusive and accessible environment.
The fate of some of the recent changes Ontario’s condo laws remains unknown after the change in provincial government three months ago.
Many corporations’ operating bylaws contain provisions that are either inoperative or inconsistent with the latest amendments to the Condominium Act.
Construction site security is under renewed scrutiny after a member of the public gained access to a downtown property and scaled a crane.
As of Nov. 1, 2017, there is a new process under the Condominium Act, as amended, for making and responding to records requests in condo corporations.
The Ontario Condominium Authority Tribunal's first five decisions in records-related condo disputes include a case dismissal and a penalty.