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A home is arguably your most important investment, so it only makes sense to ensure you get sound legal advice when entering into any real estate deal. Condominium ownership presents different challenges than owning a single-family home and the law regulating the sale and ownership of one can be confusing. Ontario’s Condominium Act deals with a myriad of complex issues from development, construction, sale, operation and, of course, ownership. The Act includes provisions for every stage of the process from construction disputes to operational issues.

Living in a shared community with defined rules means that misunderstandings may arise. These disagreements can be at the condo board level or between tenants and owners. There are also bylaws, regulatory and financing disputes. At Chand & Co., we have gained insight from years of experience and can cut through the complex issues, whether at the development phase or the ownership stage. We will work tirelessly to find the most appropriate and cost-effective solution.

Toronto condominium litigation lawyer

Condominium disputes and litigation

Why you need a condominium litigation lawyer

Condo living has its advantages. There are fewer maintenance and repair responsibilities and there can be on-site amenities, such as a gym or swimming pool. There are also more rules and regulations than owning a single-family home which is why condominium ownership is not for everyone. These rules and regulations are the main reason why, when a dispute arises, it is in your best interest to contact a condo dispute and litigation lawyer who has proven expertise in condo law. Just because there are rules, that does not mean they can be applied unreasonably. We know the law and we can enforce your rights, whether you are the developer, the property owner or the tenant. It does not matter if you are the plaintiff or the defendant – we have the proven ability to serve you effectively to protect your best interests.

Why you need a condominium litigation lawyer
  • civil and commercial
    litigation law

  • Regulatory Compliance
    and Defence

  • professional regulation and

    discipline law

  • Breach of contract

  • Commercial Lease
    Dispute Law

  • Condominium Litigation

  • public
    and administrative law

  • criminal
    defence law

  • cannabis

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