(Ontario) Condo Act reform may cause more trouble than it solves
“If Shakespeare was alive today and owned a condo in Ontario (let’s say Stratford), he would have ample material for a new play about disagreements in condo projects.” So begins a critical analysis of the upcoming changes to Ontario’s Condominium Act by Toronto lawyers Joy Mathews and Jayson Rivait, published in the current issue of VoiceCondo Voice. Read the article………..
A man whose daughter and grandchild died in a 2015 blaze at an Inglewood condominium complex is suing the landlord
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