CONDOCENTRIC.ca's Top 10 Articles of 2017
10. Insurance Deductible By-laws by Megan Molloy & Richard Elia
9. When Dim Sum Customers and Temple Worshippers Take Over Condo Parking by Victor Yee
8. Drones by Patricia Elia & Richard Elia
7. When a Condo Owner Goes Rogue - Part 1 by Antoni Casalinuovo
Marc Bhalla in the November 2017 issue of Condo Business
The December 2017 edition of Condo Business magazine features an article that Marc Bhalla wrote on page 28.
Marc Bhalla in Condo News
The Fall 2017 edition of Condo News, the award winning publication of the Golden Horseshoe and Grand River chapters of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features an article by Marc Bhalla on page 29.
When Dim Sum Customers and Temple Worshipers Take Over Condo Parking
Our firm recently had the pleasure of successfully representing two condominium corporations in two separate litigation proceedings, both dealing with parking issues in condominiums:
1) Cheung v. York Region Condominium Corporation No. 759, 2017 ONCA 633, which upheld 2016 ONSC 4236; and
2) Peel Condominium Corporation…
Marc Bhalla in live CCI Toronto presentation on AGMs
On October 12, 2017, the Toronto & Area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute presented its first Facebook Live event.
Patricia Elia in Sault Ste. Marie
Patricia Elia joined David Orazetti for a presentation on Bill 106 that was very well attended.
Marc Bhalla in Condovoice
The Fall 2017 edition of Condovoice, the award winning publication of the Toronto & Area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features an article by Marc Bhalla on page 25.
Marc Bhalla in ADR Update
The Fall 2017 edition of ADR Update (the quarterly newsletter of the ADR Institute of Ontario) features an article by Marc Bhalla titled "Parties That Stay Together ______________ Together".
Condominium's Duty to Investigate Social Media Defamation
It seems obvious to say that condominium corporations are physical communities in the traditional sense of the word – while people may no longer live in huts adjacent to a cultivated field of wheat, neighbours still live in close proximity to each other. The transmission of noises, odours, and other…
The Increasing Importance Of Arbitration in Condos
In the span of one week in June of 2017, three decisions were released (one by the Supreme Court of Canada and two by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice) which emphasized the considerable level of deference that the Courts will afford Arbitrators in deciding disputes amongst parties. All three cases…