Prior to attending law school, Natalia grew up working at her family’s condominium management company where she developed a keen interest in everything condo. It was only natural that a legal career in condo law would follow.

Natalia summered and articled at Lash Condo Law where she further fostered her love for condos. Natalia developed an expertise in all the recent amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998 and the resulting forms, drafted dozens of condominium documents including by-laws, rules and agreements, and dealt with current issues such as Airbnb and the legalization of Cannabis.

Natalia has also represented clients before many levels of Courts and administrative tribunals, including the Toronto Small Claims Court, Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Divisional Court of Ontario as well as the Condominium Authority Tribunal. She has also represented condo corporations at mediations and arbitrations.

As a condo resident and former assistant condo manager, Natalia offers a unique perspective and understands the array of issues condo corporations face daily. Natalia hopes to use this perspective to provide condo corporations practical and cost-driven results.

On her off time, Natalia enjoys traveling, finding hiking spots around the GTA and is always on the hunt for the best seafood place in Toronto.

Natalia has represented clients successfully before the Condominium Authority Tribunal.

Some of the more important decisions are highlighted below:

Client Testimonials

“Fantastic article – we really enjoyed it. Very well articulated and some excellent points and recommendations made. Keep up the great work and please know it is greatly appreciated.”

— Julian (VP of Melbourne Property Management)

“Just wanted to send you a quick thank you note for chairing our AGM this evening. You did an amazing job, and we could not ask for anything more. It was perfect.”

— Andrew Lucas (Key West Condominium Property Manager)

Latest Blog Posts by Natalia:

A little thanks goes a long way – Condo Director Appreciation

Taking on the role of a condominium director can at times be rewarding but other…

CAT Awards Cost for Non-Participation

In the recent CAT decision, Mermut v. York Region Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1381 et…

Does harassment fall within CAT’s Jurisdiction?

In the recent CAT decision, York Condominium Corporation No. 444 v. Ryan (“Ryan”), CAT found…

Exploring the Limits of CAT in Noise Disputes

In Di Domenico v. Halton Condominium Corporation No. 118, the Applicant alleged hearing the sound…

Recent CAT Cases: The Importance of Objective Evidence

Blaise Pascal once said, “People almost invariably arrive at their beliefs not on the basis…

Directors Requesting Records

In Sharma v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 2510, the applicant, who is a director…

The Dog Stays – Emotional Support Animal- Condo Authority Tribunal Decision

The CAT in York Condominium Corporation No. 288 v. Tamhane sheds some light on what…

Intervenor, Who?

A new motion decision from the Condo Authority Tribunal (the “CAT”) sheds some light on…

Condo Jeopardy – Lawyers Edition! (Thurs. Dec. 16 @5pm)

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, But Condo law is so delightful, And if you…

Condo Authority Tribunal Decision- Shared Facilities Parking – CAT or Mediation/Arbitration

The Condominium Authority Tribunal’s (“CAT”) recent decision Datri v. York Region Standard Condominium Corporation No.…