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Bradley Chaplick Associate

B.Comm., J.D.
905.760.1800 x271


Karen Hein

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Bradley Chaplick

"I genuinely care about solving my clients’ problems as if their problems were my own. This means working with my clients to get them the best ​possible outcome."

Bradley Chaplick


A determined litigator and advocate for just and meaningful client representation, Bradley prides himself on providing his clients with practical and effective solutions.

Bradley joined Fine & Deo in 2009, and practices in all areas of condominium law and civil litigation. He has represented clients at all levels of Ontario’s civil courts and appeals. Bradley has also established a busy practice of representing condominium clients at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, enforcement of condominium rules and regulations through mediation, arbitration and court applications, and collection of unpaid common expenses.

In addition to his work as a litigator, Bradley frequently acts as a chairperson for condominium meetings and provides advice and written opinions to condominium boards of directors.

Bradley brings a refreshing perspective on behalf of his clients and goes out of his way to provide creative solutions, fast and responsive service, and candid answers.


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2009
  • J.D., Queen’s University Law School, 2008
  • B.Comm., McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, 2005


  • Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI), Member


  • David Sabbath Course Prize in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Queen’s University Law School, 2008

Tribunals, Boards and Levels of Court

  • Divisional Court
  • Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
  • Landlord and Tenant Board
  • Ontario Court of Appeal
  • Ontario Superior Court of Justice


Nov 06, 2012

Toronto Standard Condominium Corp. No. 1633 v. Baghai

Obtained an order in favour of the condominium corporation to require the unit owner and its tenant to remove the tenant’s merchandise from t...

Nov 07, 2012

Michaud v. Coreslab Structures (Ont) Ltd.

Obtained an order in favour of the applicant declaring that certain lands were held “in trust”, and that the respondent’s writ of...

Nov 06, 2014

Stewart v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation

Represented the condominium corporation at trial and at a subsequent judicial review in which the plaintiff unit owner was unsuccessful in attempti...

Nov 09, 2012

Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corp. No. 1179 v. Chow

Obtained an order in favour of the condominium corporation to enforce compliance with fire safety regulations within the respondent unit owners&rsq...

Nov 06, 2010

Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corp. No. 985 v. Vanduzer

Obtained an order in favour of the condominium corporation requiring the unit owner to remove a structure that had been placed on the common elemen...

Condo Blog Posts

Sep 15, 2014

Condominium Rules

A condominium corporation’s rules, unlike its declaration, must be reasonable. As a general rule of thumb, a rule is most likely to be reason...

Sep 12, 2013

Durham Condominium Corp. No. 56 v. Stryk: Chargebacks and Refusing Payments

The court in Stryk upheld the practice by condominium corporations of collecting chargebacks from unit owners by applying monthly pre-authorized pa...


Mar 22, 2013

The Ten Things You Need to Know About Smoking in Condos

1) Smoking is illegal in indoor common areas The Smoke Free Ontario Act provides, in part, that “no person shall smoke or hold lighted tobacc...

May 16, 2012
Posted in Condo Litigation

Condo Ordered to Pay Damages to Residents Affected by Second-Hand Smoke

In the Ontario condo law community, the debate rages about smoking and what to do about it. Meanwhile, in British Columbia, the B.C. Human Right...

May 11, 2012
Posted in Condo Litigation

When will a condominum board's decisions be reviewed by the courts?

Discretionary Tools: How your Condominium Can Make Expert Decisions A board of directors in a condominium corporation is routinely required to ma...


Feb 16, 2018

Cannabis in Ontario Condominiums

In July of 2018, recreational cannabis will become legal across Canada. The relevant federal legislation, Bill C-45, will allow up to four cannabis...

Mar 02, 2010

The Boiling Point: Resolving Disputes in Condominium Communities

As published in the Spring 2010 edition of CondoVoice Magazine  Imagine the following scenario: a condominium corporation’s board of dir...

Mar 01, 2010

Breaking Barriers in Condominium Communities

As published in the Spring 2010 edition of CM Magazine. Co-authored. This Article explores the impact of DiSalvo v. Halton Condominium Co...

Dec 07, 2009

Snow and Ice Removal - a Warning to Landlords

Speaking to all of the landlords and tenants in Ontario, the recent case of Montgomery v. Van clarifies the duty to remove snow and ice. In this ca...


Feb 03, 2011

Bradley Chaplick Featured in Canadian Jewish News Article

Bradley Chaplick's 2009 blog regarding religious fixtures on the common elements of condominium corporations has been featured in an article by the...

Oct 04, 2009

Bradley Chaplick joins Fine & Deo

Fine & Deo is pleased to announce Bradley Chaplick joined the firm and will practice primarily in the areas of condominium law and litigation

Speaking Engagements

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