Condominium Law

Is There a Way to End My Tenancy Early?

Renting a condo and want to get out of your tenancy agreement early? This may be a challenge, but it’s certainly not unheard of. For the most part, when you rent a condo in Toronto, your tenancy will only end when the time period outlined in...

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Can Condo Boards Regulate Smoking in My Unit?

If you're a condo owner, you might be horrified to discover that you've received a condo special assessment notice because your condo board thinks that you've been smoking in violation of the bylaws. Although condo special assessments are natural components of board governance, they're not...

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Planning for Disaster, Is Your Condo Corporation Ready?

The climate in the world is currently changing, and it is advisable that you change your priorities which will save you from expensive financial repercussions. Evidently, there have been cases of stronger storms, rising water levels, melting glaciers, and temperature fluctuations which eventually leads to...

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Can a Condo Board Put a Lien on My House?

If you are a condo owner, it is advisable to pay condominium special assessments and other common expenses to ensure that the  condo lien is not registered against your unit. Notably, a lien is a security interest which is granted over your property to secure...

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