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20 Sep

Restrictive covenants and short-term vacation rentals

Monday, September 20, 2021Stephen A. ThieleLitigation, Real EstateCondominium, Restrictive Covenant, Short-term vacation rentals

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Owning a condominium unit that can be leased for short-term vacation rentals can be exciting. Not only does the owner have a property at which to stay while on vacation without the need to pay for... 

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10 Sep

Condominium owner liable for costs due to tenant’s misconduct

Friday, September 10, 2021James R.G. CookLitigation, Real EstateCondominium, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Condominium Act

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Many condominium units are purchased as investment properties with the owners leasing out the units to tenants. This may result in a... 

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14 May

Compliance Order obtained against condominium owners for unruly behaviour and refusal to wear masks

Friday, May 14, 2021James R.G. CookLitigation, Real EstateCondominium, Compliance, Condominium Act, By-Laws, Masks

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Living in a condominium requires a balancing of interests between the residents and compliance with the rules and by-laws that govern the community. No owner can be permitted run amok or...

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14 Dec

Check Before You Rent

Wednesday, December 14, 2016Stephen A. ThieleLitigation, Real EstateTenant, Condominium, Rental Property

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With Toronto still in the middle of a condominium boom and more people buying condominium units for investment purposes, particularly for short-term rentals, it is important to review both the...

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