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We’ve completed an almost seamless transition to our new firm; and our new systems are now full steam ahead!

We want to thank our clients for all of your help and patience in this transition, and for your incredible loyalty.  We really are grateful.

We also want to thank our former firm, Nelligan O’Brien Payne, for the terrific help and cooperation they’ve provided throughout.

We’re also steadily (happily!) continuing our CondoLawNews blogs.  At present, much of our focus is on the coming licensing of condominium managers.  You can find our blogs on this site, and you can also subscribe to receive our blogs directly, as noted below.

Thanks so much to everyone who works with us and who follows us.   We’ll continue to do our very best.

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 condominiums buildings in Ontario.

CondoLawNews Blog


Summary of Draft Regulations under the Condominium Act – Director Training

As we noted in a previous blog, the province has published a Summary of the first phase of the proposed new Regulations under the Condominium Act, 1998, as amended (“The Amended Act”). This is the first in a series of blogs that we will be preparing in relation to the proposed changes. In this Blog …

Is your Self-Managed Condominium Corporation exempt from the new licensing requirements under the CMSA? What is the meaning of “compensation or reward, or the expectation of such”

We will be publishing some blogs to address some of the pertinent issues that may affect self-managed Condominium Corporations under the new Condominium Management Services Act, (CMSA) when it comes into effect. This Blog discusses the meaning of “compensation or reward, or the expectation of such” under the exemption from licensing for directors . As described in our …

Summary of Proposed Regulations re: Governance (amending the Condominium Act Regs.) now available to review

We are excited to inform you that a Summary describing the first phase of proposed regulation changes has just become available for review. The actual draft regulations will be posted  by the Ministry as soon as they are available; we assume that this will be after the public has had an opportunity to consider the Summary. The  …