If your condo has suffered misuse of your common elements because of Airbnb operations conducted at your property contrary to the rules and without consent of the board of directors, you might qualify to participate in this Airbnb settlement. Keep in mind that
The Leafs are back on the ice, the Raptors are looking strong as they gear up to defend their championship and the Jays have taken flight. Things are looking good for Toronto and it doesn’t stop with our sports.
On July 29, 2020, the Ontario government announced that Toronto will be joining its neighbours by moving into Stage 3 of the Province’s reopening plans (unfortunately for our friends in Windsor, they must wait a little longer). Many are excited for the relaxed restrictions and some are rightfully hesitant to assume things are “back to normal”. But what exactly does Phase 3 mean for condominiums across the province?Continue Reading Welcome to Stage 3, Toronto: What this means for your condominium
Now that the former 8% hydro rebate and rate reduction will be replaced by the new Ontario Electricity Rebate, make sure you report on time to your local distribution company in order to receive the new Ontario Electricity Rebate.Continue Reading Avoid Shock – Get the New Ontario Electricity Rebate
After this long weekend, many of us following Ontario’s Condo Act Review process will refocus on the imminent tabling of a draft new Condo Act. Those involved in the review process found it to be an innovative and interesting one that was championed by a senior government official who, sadly, will not be returning to…
To encourage people to carefully consider and protect their families, assets and affairs, the Ontario Bar Association has made April its “Make a Power of Attorney Month.”
A power of attorney (“POA”) is a legal document that gives someone else the right to act on a person’s behalf. These documents can be used to oversee personal care or to handle assets and property, and can be customized to suit the precise requirements of each person.
Continue Reading Powers of attorney essential for condo unit owners
The Toronto chapter of Canadian Condominium Institute is hosting the first of hopefully many “Twitter Chats” this coming Tuesday, March 11 at 7pm. The topic of this inaugural session is condo dispute resolution, a topic near and dear to many of us.
Whether new to Twitter or seasoned tweeters, condo managers, directors and unit owners …
Today is the 150th anniversary of the Gettysberg Address, one of the most famous speeches in history. It was given by Abraham Lincoln, one of the most extraordinary people to ever walk the earth.
Before becoming President of the United States, Lincoln was a lawyer. From his notes, we see that his thoughts on…
Bob Gardiner, Gerry Miller and Mark Arnold are pleased to announce that Chris Jaglowitz has joined the partnership of Gardiner Miller Arnold LLP.
Continue Reading GMA firm news – September 2013
The spring edition of our quarterly newsletter is now available for download.
Continue Reading GMA Condo Alert! (Spring 2013 edition)
There has been plenty to tweet about since our last compilation post on March 13, 2012. Here’s some of the best items.
Continue Reading Microblog posts to 4/30/2012