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Condominium Litigation

As a condo owner, you have rights under the Condominium Act to protect you against behavior from your Condominium Board and the Corporation.

Legal Services Provided:

  • Protecting the rights of Condo owners;
  • Easements, rights of way and covenants;
  • Court approval of amendments to phased strata/condominium plans;
  • Concluding settlements in major “leaky condo” litigation;
  • Creation or changes to limited common property;
  • Changes in unit entitlement;
  • Sale or acquisition of common property or other assets;
  • Acting for strata/condominium corporations to collect substantial maintenance arrears;
  • Advising strata/condominium corporations on disputes regarding use of common property; and
  • Advising owners and strata/condominium corporations on rental bylaws and noise issues.

Condominium owners can find themselves faced with building deficiencies. The developer of a condominium generally builds the building, sells units to purchasers, and registers a declaration and description to create the condominium. In some cases, the developer may be a subsidiary of a parent corporation.

The developer, this subsidiary corporation, may have no assets of its own – except for the units it has yet to sell.

The practical challenge in such a situation is to determine what steps, if any, can be taken to ensure that a developer will have enough assets to pay the condominium if it succeeds in a building deficiency action. The Condominium Act, 1998 prescribes mediation or arbitration in certain types of disputes. We can handle your mediation or arbitration from start to finish throughout this process.

Aswani K. Datt can help you devise a litigation strategy to ensure you receive a real and cost effective result.

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Toll Free: 1-844-328-8529 (1-844-DATT-LAW)

295 Matheson Blvd. East
Mississauga, Ontario
L4Z 1X8
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