Real Estate

Condominium Status Certificates 3

CASES DEALING WITH STATUS CERTIFICATES 1) Bilorosek v. Vaitkus, (2004) CarswellOnt 5144 Buyer made an offer to purchase a condo from Seller which was conditional on the purchaser obtaining a […]

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Condominium Status Certificates 2

STATUS CERTIFICATES 1)   NAME (a) The term “Status Certificates” replaces “Estoppel Certificates”. 2)   TIME (a) A status certificate which includes all of the required attachments must be given to anyone […]

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 7

Allison v. Rank City Wall Canada Ltd. [1984] O.J. No. 3094 45 O.R. (2d) 141 Ontario High Court of Justice Smith J. February 8, 1984. E. Allen, for plaintiff. W. […]

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 6

Case Name: Niagara North Condominium Corp. No. 125 v. Waddington Between Niagara North Condominium Corp. No. 125, Applicant (Appellant), and Heather Waddington, Respondent (Respondent in Appeal) APPLICATION UNDER section 134 […]

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 5

Case Name: Carleton Condominium Corp. No. 555 v. Lagacé Between Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 555, and Guy Lagacé, Barbara Stinson-Shea and John Bowman Spero [2004] O.J. No. 1480 Court File […]

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 4

Selected Sections of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 S.O. 2006, CHAPTER 17 Termination only in accordance with Act 37 (1) A tenancy may be terminated only in accordance with this Act. Termination […]

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 3

Condominium Act, 1998 ONTARIO REGULATION 49/01 Right click and select ‘Save Picture As’ to download ‘Form 5’ above. View Next Section

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Troublesome Tenants in Condominiums – Part 2

5.  Remedy in Damages The condominium corporation can seek costs from a unit owner who violates the condominium by-laws. Therefore, a condominium corporation can require the unit owner to pay […]

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SPIS Entire Agreement Clauses

The Ontario Court of Appeal, in Soboczynski v Beauchamp, 2015 ONCA 282, analyzed when a Seller Property Information Statement (“SPIS”) can be relied on and its status as a representation […]

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Condominium Common Elements

Condominium Common Elements: Additions, Alterations and Improvements Ontario condominium corporations are now left in uncertainty over their power to restrict changes made to common elements of individual units. The purpose […]

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