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By Shawn Pulver
Condominium owners and residents have an obligation to comply with their governing Rules and Regulations, By-laws and Declaration.
By Shawn Pulver
As Airbnb usage has continued to increase amongst condominiums in Ontario, there have been many interested parties who have been waiting for further direction from the courts.
By Shawn Pulver
Ontario Condominium buildings (regardless of their size or legal structure) must have condominium Rules and Regulations ("Rules") in place.
By Shawn Pulver
Condominiums in Ontario are self-governed by an elected Board of Directors. This leaves condominium Directors with a significant amount of discretion and autonomy...
By Shawn Pulver
While it is always exciting to see new projects, we sometimes lose sight of the fact that "condominiums" as we now know them have existed in Toronto for over 40 years.
By Shawn Pulver
Shawn Pulver, partner at Macdonald Sager Manis LLP in Toronto presents insights into legal issues relevant to owners, residents, Boards of Directors and property managers of condominiums in the province of Ontario.
By Christine Jonathan
The most profound difference between Canadian employment law and American employment law is that "At will" employment does not exist in the Canadian employment law context.
By Christine Jonathan
The Canadian workforce is heavily regulated. Depending on the industry and type of business, an employer may be regulated federally, provincially or a mix of both.
By Christine Jonathan
The costs of the extended health coverage may be at the employer's expense or a shared expense with the employee.
By Christine Jonathan
Human rights codes across Canada prohibit discriminatory practices with respect to employment. This prohibition applies to all aspects of the employment relationship, including hiring, discipline, promotion, work assignments and firing.
By Christine Jonathan
The legislation governing workers' compensation is provincial in scope, so the particulars of each statute may vary from province to province.
By Ron Kanter
Recent changes to the Planning Act allow municipal councils and other approval authorities to use mediation or other dispute resolution techniques to resolve disputes over official plans, zoning by-laws, plans of subdivision and consents.
By Ron Kanter
The recent ice storm in the Toronto area resulted in much damage, often caused by falling trees or branches.