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?…
Many people who work with condominiums raised an eyebrow after reading a recent Toronto Star story entitled “Maintenance fees take a toll on Toronto condo owners.”
The piece highlights the divergent philosophies about the interplay between common expenses and market values and the growing trend towards gathering, tracking and comparing common expenses data from building to building. Most notably, it cites the example of a local condominium that reduced its common expenses by 30% (probably by slashing contributions to the reserve fund) and is now witnessing a boom in unit resale values compared to nearby condos.…
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
Here’s a recap of some of the live tweeting that took place at the April 20, 2012 ACMO AGM.
Continue Reading Recap of live tweeting from 2012 ACMO AGM
Our regular roundup of news items reveals that Alberta is still the wild, wild west when it comes to condominiums.
Continue Reading Microblog posts to 3/13/2012 – Pt. 2: News and focus on Alberta
The condo-related cases we’ve tweeted about in the last 2 months reveal an interesting trend.
Continue Reading Microblog posts to 3/13/2012 – Part 1: Cases and Commentary
Ignoring the lessons of the Costa Concordia disaster led to the destruction of an Edmonton condo building a week later. It is time to wake up and heed the lessons that flow from these cases.
Continue Reading Stupidity compromises safety — 2 cases in point