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This past June/July, NIMBYism combined with political pandering and destroyed three years of in-depth work on the midtown Focus Study of ... Read More
Jan 6, 2012
Article
As the myriad of condominium projects in the GTA approach completion, developers might consider the option of offering “rent-to-own” units as a way of marketing their unsold units. Read More
Nov 22, 2011
Article

CONSTRUCTION LIENS

On July 2, 2011, certain Construction Lien Act amendments came into force. Insofar as they relate to the Condominium Act, the following provisions are applicable:

On July 2, 2011, certain mendments came into force. Insofar as they relate to the , the following provisions are applicable: Read More
Sep 14, 2011
Article
Late last fall, economists and the media were agonizing over whether or not the current buoyant real estate market in Canada was going to continue. The Toronto market especially saw significant record sales and steadily increasing resale and new home prices, especially on the condominium side. Since last December, the Toronto housing market has enjoyed record-breaking condominium sales throughout the spring and early summer. Read More
On May 8, 2008, Anthony Romanelli presented the attached seminar at the BILD Condominium Forum, together with other condominium consultants. As noted in the presentation, converting existing residential or commercial/industrial sites into condominiums is fraught with statutory and financial pitfalls. This presentation sheds some light on the conversion process and provides some tips on avoiding and managing the pitfalls that developers may encounter. Read More
Mar 31, 2002
Article
Although ONHWP Bulletin 22 has been around since November 15, 1989, a recently certified class action law suit involving the issues of proper measurement and disclosure of condominium unit size provides a timely reminder of the need for builders to comply with these requirements. Read More
Topics:Can the use of a Trustee shield an Owner from Liability.

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