Court Rules That Condominium Declaration Governs

In a recent case, a couple of parking unit owners challenged the common expense allocation…

Condominium Waste Diversion Results in Lower Common Expenses

The Toronto Star recently reported about a residential condominium in Scarborough that had significantly reduced…

Excessive Use of Water by Condo Unit Owner

In a recent Small Claims Court decision, MTCC No. 659 v. Truman, the Court considered…

Time Limit for Special Assessments to be Challenged

Condominium owners are never happy to hear the news that their condominium corporation is levying…

Licensed to Bill: Sub-Metering in Condominiums

The famous Thomas Edison once said “I shall make electricity so cheap that only the…

Video: Don’t Get Burned By Killer Condo Fees

Denise Lash is interviewed by Rob Carrick from the Globe and Mail in this video on…

Registration of Condominium Liens – Time is of the Essence

In a recent case, YCC No. 82 v. Bujold, the Court of Appeal considered the…

Condos in Financial Crisis

Over the past few years, more and more condominium associations in the U.S. have had…

Condos can recover reasonable expenses incurred to collect condo fees arrears

Condo fees are the lifeblood of condominiums. One owner’s failure to pay his share of…

Allocation of Common Expense Payments by Condominium Corporations

Most condominium owners pay their monthly common expenses by way of pre-authorized payments. The question…