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How a Grow-Op and/or Chemistry Lab – Real or Imagined – Can Affect A Real Estate Deal

November 10, 2014
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Most people know that real estate values can be affected by the particular use that is, or has been made of the property that is being sold.   One of the more unusual scenarios – and the one most likely to show up on the nightly news – is one where […]

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A Few Quick Points About Cohabitation Agreements

October 25, 2014
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A Few Quick Points About Cohabitation Agreements

By Martin K.I. Rumack

In Ontario, a Cohabitation Agreement is a signed agreement between you and another person with whom you are in a common-law relationship.  It a legal contract that is designed to protect your respective rights.

It […]

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Can You Get Kicked Out of Your Condo For Bad Behaviour?

October 10, 2014
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When you purchase a condominium unit, you have certain ownership rights when the deal is completed. But you also have certain responsibilities, too – many of them to your fellow residents.

In a case called York Condominium Corporation No. 301 v. James, 2014 ONSC 2638 (CanLII),  the question arose […]

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IMPORTANT FEATURES OF CONDOMINIUMS AND CO-OPERATIVES FOR THE PURCHASER

September 17, 2014
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Understanding Condominiums and Co-Operatives
Condominiums and Co-operatives are legal structures that define both the exclusive rights and the shared rights of individuals who purchase a Unit/Percentage Interest in buildings created as one of these types of legal entity
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