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We’re now in the last half of our first year!

We’re having a fantastic first year; and we again want to thank all of our clients and friends for the amazing support that we have received.

We’re now turning our focus, more and more, to the coming amendments to the Condominium Act and Regulations.

It will be a “new world” for all of us dealing with condominiums in Ontario! 

We’re braced, excited and ready to go!

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Jim, Nancy and Christy

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Davidson Houle Allen LLP Condominium Law is a preeminent boutique condominium law firm established in 2017.

We provide a range of legal services to over 800 condominium corporations throughout Eastern Ontario.  We also provide services to homeowners’ associations and co-tenancy associations, as well as advice on a large variety of co-ownership legal issues.

In our continuing effort to stay current with legal issues affecting condominium boards, property managers and unit owners, our lawyers are members of the Canadian Condominium Institute, and have representatives on the Board at both the local and national level.

We also present regular courses on condominium law to directors, managers and others interested in issues affecting condominium buildings in Ontario.

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Proposed Code of Ethics for Condominium Managers has been released

As many of our readers know, we now have proposed additional regulations under the Condominium Management Services Act (“CMSA”). Notably, the proposed regulations include the Code of Ethics that condominium managers will be required to adhere to. The Ministry is requesting feedback on the proposed regulations (up until October 16, 2017). As our regular readers …

New Proposed Regulations under the CMSA

The Ministry has circulated proposed regulations under the Condominium Management Services Act (“CMSA”) that give us further insight into the standards condominium managers will have to meet once the CMSA comes into force. For now the Ministry is seeking feedback on the proposed regulations from the public. Condominium owners, residents, developers, managers and other stakeholders …

Condominiums must register with the CAO (Condominium Authority of Ontario) and pay Assessments by December 31, 2017

Condominiums have started to receive Welcome notices from the CAO. These Welcome notices outline some important features of the CAO, many of which we have discussed in past blogs, including: Information and resources available through the CAO Dispute Resolution through the Tribunal starting November 1, 2017 upcoming Online Mandatory Director Training (which will also be …