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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.

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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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A RECENT TORONTO STAR HEADLINE – SCREAMED: “CONDO FAILED TO DELIVER ON SALES PITCH……”

June 18, 2014
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Amongst several recent articles relating to class action law suits against condominium developers and builders, a Toronto Star article published April 27, 2014 reported that a $30 million class-action lawsuit has been launched on the basis that the developer failed to deliver on its promises to buyers […]

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