On behalf of everyone at Davidson Houle Allen LLP Condominium Law, we extend our very best wishes for a healthy and happy 2017.

This is of course the beginning for our new firm. We are proud of our many terrific years at Nelligan O’Brien Payne; and we now look forward to continuing the same tradition of excellence at Davidson Houle Allen LLP.

Welcome 2017!

Jim, Nancy, 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 condominiums buildings in Ontario.

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Licensing of Condominium Managers- Six Questions Answered (Blog No. 5 in a Series)

We now have the draft regulations under the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 (the “Management Services Act”).  This is the fifth in a series of blogs that I am preparing in relation to the draft regulations. In this Blog No. 5, I try to provide answers to a number of questions that we’ve received about …

Suspended Access Equipment- New OHSA Regulation Amendments in Effect January 1, 2017

According to the Ministry of Labour, the improper use of suspended access equipment continues to be a cause of workplace injury. The Ministry of Labour proposal describes suspended access equipment as “one or more work platforms or a seating surface suspended by wire ropes from an overhead anchorage (e.g., roof anchors) that can be lowered …

Licensing of Condominium Managers-Who can obtain a licence to be a condominium manager? (Blog No. 4 in a Series)

Who can obtain a licence to be a condominium manager?  The starting place is the Management Services Act.  The Management Services Act says that an applicant is entitled to a licence if the applicant meets the requirements for a licence in the Regulations (more on this below), unless: For non-corporate applicants:   (i) having regard to …