Toronto, ON Condominium Law Attorneys

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  • Megan Mackey
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Barry Goldman
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  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Charles Simco
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  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Justin Robinson
  • Associate at Friedman Law Professional Corporation
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Deborah Howden
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Megan Marrie
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  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • John De Vellis
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  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Joel Berkovitz
  • Associate at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Audrey M. Loeb
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Inderpreet Suri
  • Associate at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Gaynor Roger
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Peter Neilson
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Shirley Bai
  • Associate at Friedman Law Professional Corporation
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Warren Kleiner
  • Partner at Shibley Righton LLP
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Andrea White
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  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Dante A. Capannelli
  • Principal at Capannelli Law Professional Corporation
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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  • Eric Tilley
  • Toronto, ON Canada
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Condominium Law in Toronto, ON

Managing a condominium association or homeowners association can be a complex job. Depending on the size of your association, you may need attorneys who are knowledgeable not only about real estate law, but also business law, collections issues, labor and employment law, insurance and contracts law, among other topics. Whether you're a real estate developer who's building a new condominium or converting an existing structure, a condo owner, timeshare owner, member of the board of directors or condo association employee, it's essential that your association's lawyer or law firm understand the legal nuances--as well as state and local condominium laws--that make condo ownership and management different from owning a freestanding home or apartment building.