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September 15, 2014 Bradley Chaplick

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 Bradley Chaplick
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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