Status Certificate Error Costs Condo, Lawyer, and Others

The Court of Appeal has released its decision in Orr v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1056. I encourage a full reading of the case, but here is a summary of the important facts and findings.    Read more………


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