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September 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...

August 17, 2012
Posted in Condo Litigation

Keeping the Peace in Condos and Rule Enforcement - A Manager's Opinion Matters

In a recently released decision dealing with a Toronto condo, York Condominium Corporation No. 137 v. Hayes, the court made restraining orders to ...

December 30, 2011
Posted in condominium act

Municipal By-Laws and Condominiums – What a Condominium Board Needs to Know

Municipal by-laws set out rules to help form the basis for orderly living in a community. Municipal by-laws address a number of things incl...

September 30, 2011 Mario D. Deo
Posted in condominium act

Can a Condominium Restrict Rentals in Ontario?

Restricting rentals of condo units in a building can affect individuals purchasing units in the condominium market and more specifically, the inve...


February 25, 2011
Posted in condominium act

Springtime in Toronto, Pets and Enforcing Rules

As I walk my dog around the grounds of my condominium building, the melting snow reveals a springtime tradition; mounds of dog waste, thawing on...

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