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We’ve completed our move to our new offices – Suite 800 at 410 Laurier Avenue West!  We’re thrilled with our new space, and we look forward to showing it to you!  As soon as we’re fully settled, we’ll be planning an “open house”.   Stay tuned for that!

We’re very pleased to announce the arrival of Jessica Weick as the newest member of our team.  Jessica was called to the Bar in 2015 and comes to us with Toronto condominium law experience.   We’re thrilled to have Jessica with us!

David Lu will soon be wrapping up his articles with us; and we’re also excited that David will be staying on with us when he is called to the Bar this spring!

Like everyone else in Ontario’s condominium industry, we’re fully absorbing all of the “Phase I” amendments to the Condominium Act.  There’s plenty of new information, but it should soon be “second nature” to all of us.

And the “Phase II” amendments could be arriving any day, so there’s plenty to look forward to.  Watch for our 2018 Condo Law Primers, which we’ll be scheduling after the arrival of the Phase II amendments.

It’s been two years of incredible change – both for our firm and in the Ontario condominium industry as a whole.   It’s so nice now to be settling in for all of the challenges and excitement ahead.

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Jim, Nancy and Christy

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About


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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What About Policies?

Policies are also an important part of the “legal structure” of all condominium corporations in Ontario.  Put simply, a policy is a statement of how the condominium corporation will deal with a particular circumstance or set of circumstances – at least until the policy is changed (normally by Board resolution).