Condo Unit Owners Sue Developer

In a recent case, 2384125 Ontario Inc. v. The Diamond at Don Mills Developments Inc., twenty-five commercial condominium unit owners collectively sued the condominium developer for a total of $7,000,000, claiming that they were induced by misrepresentations by the developer and were overcharged occupancy fees and purchase price adjustments on closing.     Read the article…………


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