Expanded Accessibility Standards Affect Condo Corps

Ontario continues to expand its accessibility standards as part of the movement towards a barrier-free…

Accessibility for Condo Residents – AODA

Condo buyers with disabilities are having difficulty finding suitable housing to meet their needs. Part…

Prohibiting Dangerous Offenders in Condos

In the U.S. steps have been taken recently by some condominiums and homeowner associations to…

Quiz Questions and Answers from our Directors’ Liability Seminar

Thank you to everyone who took the time to attend our recent Directors’ Liability Seminar.…

Pet Owner v. Condominium Corporation – Another Court Case

In a recent Alberta case, Condominium Plan No. 762 1302 v. Stebbing, the condominium corporation…

Denise Lash in Condo Business Magazine

Denise Lash recently wrote an article for Condo Business Magazine, entitled “Don’t Get Too Personal.”…

Are Live-In Caregivers Permitted in Single-Family Condo Units?

By: Nicole Taylor-Smith and Barbara Holmes   The Alberta Court recently considered whether having a…

Do Condominiums Need to Disclose Mediations and Human Rights Complaints in Status Certificates?

We are often asked by clients whether there is an obligation to include ongoing human…

Up In Smoke – Marijuana in Condominiums

A recent article in the Toronto Star discussed whether landlords could evict tenants who were…

Conflict Between Condo Declaration and Religious – Part 2

In a previous blog, we looked at a number of cases in the U.S. relating…