Condo Conversions, Part 2: What is a “Pre-existing Element”?

In this blog entry – our second on condominium conversions (read Part 1 here) – we break down the multi-pronged definition of “pre-existing elements” to better understand the limitations of the new Tarion warranty coverage for residential condominium conversion projects (referred to as RCCPs in the balance of this entry), proposed in Bill 106.      Read the article………….


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