Brian Horlick is a partner with HORLICK LEVITT DI LELLA LLP and practices extensively in the area of condominium law. He was admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1984.
Brian holds the ACCI designation (Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute) and the FCCI designation (Fellow of the Canadian Condominium Institute). He is also a long-time director and the past President of CCI’s Toronto and area Chapter.
HLD Lawyers can assist your community in resolving a variety of issues for condominium corporations. As there are many moving parts in the developing, financing and maintenance of a condominium in Toronto, there are many legal matters which make their way to the forefront for all parties involved. As condominium lawyers in Toronto, we take pride in representing our clients’ specific needs.
Condominium lawyers represent condominium corporations and condominium boards alike when common fees by unit owners fall into arrears. Late condo lien fees are a common occurrence in big cities where condo buildings are in such great supply. In turn, condo special assessments are a commonly disputed matter and unit owners and condo corporations in Toronto require dedicated and knowledgeable representation. If you’re dealing with this issue, wouldn’t you want experienced and successful condominium lawyers in Toronto to handle your legal matter?
Construction delays, deficiencies and finances can all present unique legal issues for condominium corporation lawyers. At HLD, we have acted as condominium board lawyers and represented numerous clients seeking retribution at all stages of condo construction. Misrepresentation on the part of construction companies and developers mean that you need representation from expert mediators and legal representatives in Toronto.
Condominium lawyers in Toronto need to be immensely experienced in by-law and city regulations. Condo board lawyers (like the team at Horlick, Levitt, Di Lella LLP) must specialize in these matters to ensure a smooth application process that doesn’t infringe on any regulations and, most importantly for condominium corporations, saves valuable time that can then be used to develop a building rather than going through unnecessary and time-wasting procedures.
Our dedicated team has wide-ranging experience when it comes to mediating and representing various forms of condominium law. We proudly serve the Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Newmarket, Etobicoke, North York, Thornhill, Burlington, Barrie, Scarborough and Oakville areas. If you would like to find out more about how we can assist you with your condominium law dispute, contact one of our experienced lawyers and mediators and schedule your free consultation by calling 416-512-7440 .
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