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Disgruntled Condo Owners – Watch Those Time Limits!

October 11, 2015
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A recent Ontario case highlights the importance of timeliness:   Unhappy condo owners must assert their rights in a timely manner, otherwise they may find themselves out of time to sue for a court-ordered remedy.
The case involved Renaissance Plaza, a 26-story condominium in downtown Toronto.  The […]

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Condo Act Changes are Finally (Probably) Coming

October 11, 2015
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Long-awaited changes to Ontario’s Condominium Act, which was first enacted in 1998, are finally on the horizon.  The Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services reports [at http://news.ontario.ca/mgs/en/2015/05/reforming-ontarios-condominium-laws.html] that there are about 1.3 […]

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RECO Rules Impose New Record-Keeping Duties July 1, 2015 – Are You Ready?

July 7, 2015
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As real estate agents well know, especially in major cities with hot real estate markets the “bidding war” phenomenon is nothing new.    But consumers often suspect that unscrupulous agents – inspired to drive the selling price (and thus their commissions) up – may fuel these bidding frenzies by hinting to […]

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation – Act II

June 19, 2015
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January 15, 2015 saw the second piece of Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation come into force.  What has been happening since January 15, 2015?  As you may be aware, the corporate software sections of the Act are designed to prevent the installation of unauthorized malware and spyware programs […]

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