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Michael D. Pascu Lawyer

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Michael Pascu

"I always make myself accessible to a client. If the phone rings I answer it because the person calling needs a response now. Being able to communicate efficiently with my clients has ​allowed me to provide this high level of service."

Michael Pascu


Approachable and straightforward, Michael combines a deep knowledge of condominium law with a practical understanding of his clients’ needs in his practice at Fine & Deo. He prides himself on answering his phone when it rings not simply when it is convenient for him and offering thoughtful, real-world advice when he is asked.

Michael graduated from Queen’s University Law School after completing an undergraduate with honours degree at the University of Toronto. He holds the designation of Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI). The ACCI is Canada’s only condo-specific designation for condominium professionals pursuant to which the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) identifies Michael as an expert in condominium law. Michael was drawn to the specialized field of condominium law early in his career. He particularly enjoys the changing nature of this area of law and the diverse skill-set and analytical approach it demands.

Michael writes and speaks extensively about condominium law. He has had work published in the magazines Condo Voice and CM Magazine and speaks regularly at industry conferences. Michael is also an instructor at Humber College, where he teaches a course in Condominium Law for Property Managers.


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 1996
  • ACCI Designation, Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI), 2010
  • LL.B., Queen’s University Law School, 1996
  • B.A., University of Toronto, 1993


  • Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO), Member
  • Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI), Member
  • Canadian Condominium Institute Toronto Chapter (CCI-T), Member
  • Ontario Bar Association, Member


Condo Blog Posts

Jan 19, 2010
Posted in condominium act

Blanket Alteration Agreements - A Good Idea?

Every so often I run into property managers who tout the benefits of a condominium corporation registering a blanket alteration agreement on tit...

Jan 15, 2010
Posted in General Interest

Insurance Deductibles: Who must pay them?

There is a perception that the unit owners who are "at fault" for causing the insured damage are always responsible to pay the insurance ...

Dec 30, 2009
Posted in General Interest

Alteration or No Alteration: The implications of the McMahon Hot Tub Case

As previously posted on this BLOG, the Court of Appeal recently rendered its decision in the case of Wentworth Condominium Corporation No. 198 v. ...

Nov 25, 2009
Posted in General Interest

Insurance Claims: Second Opinions are Valuable!

When it comes to insurance claims, it is not always the case that the insurance agent or the insurance company knows best. Condominium corp...


Jun 01, 2014

Using Committees: Great Idea or Not?

As published in the Summer 2014 edition of CM Magazine.  Introduction Many corporations avoid using committees because of the perception that ...

Dec 29, 2009

Alteration or No Alteration: The Implications of the McMahon Hot Tub Case

The Court of Appeal recently rendered its decision in the case of Wentworth Condominium Corporation No. 198 v. McMahon, known as the "hot tub case...

Dec 18, 2009

Who Gets to Keep the Fee for Issuing Status Certificates?

Pursuant to the Condominium Act, 1998 and the regulations passed thereto, it is the corporation which is entitled to collect the $100 statutory fee...

Dec 09, 2009

Want to Pass a New Pet Rule? Prepare to be Challenged!

As published in the Winter 2009 edition of the CondoVoice Magazine.  As a director, you are no doubt aware that the unit owners and residents...

Dec 01, 2009

Motions are an Essential Part of Board Meetings

Proper parliamentary procedure requires that each item of business at a condominium corporation board meeting be brought before the board for consi...

Media Centre

Nov 27, 2009

Court of Appeal Decision Regarding Compliance Cases

Michael discusses why this is a landmark case at the ACMO luncheon held on November 27, 2009.


Sep 18, 2017

New Condominium Legislation: Protecting Condominium Owners Act (Bill 106) - Legislative and Regulatory Update

Mario and Michael presented a Legislative and Regulatory Update for "New Condominium Legislation: Protecting Condominium Owners Act (Bill 106)" on ...

Jan 12, 2011

Michael Pascu Receives ACCI Designation

Fine & Deo congratulates Michael Pascu for earning his ACCI (Associate of Canadian Condominium Institute) Designation in Law. The ACCI accredit...

Jan 10, 2010

Michael Pascu Attending Condo Law Conference in Arizona

Michael Pascu is attending the Annual Community Association Law Seminar in Arizona January 21-23, 2010.

Nov 05, 2009

Michael Pascu Speaking at ACMO Luncheon - November 27/09

Michael Pascu is one of the featured speakers at ACO's upcoming Legal Grab Bag Luncheon on November 27, 2009.

Speaking Engagements

  • Instructor – Law Course for Property Managers, Humber College, 2006 to present
  • Instructor – Real Estate Course for Law Clerks, Seneca College, 2001

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