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Getting Rid Of A Difficult Condominium Unit Owner

In a recent case, Peel Condominium Corporation No. 98 v. Pereira, a condominium corporation made a court application pursuant to section 117 of the Condominium Act (the “Act”) seeking an order that a unit owner be required to...more

Statutory Protections and Negotiated Protections for Condominium Unit Buyers

With more and more condominiums being purchased each year, it is important for potential purchasers to consider the protections available to them. In addition to the protections set out in the agreement of purchase and sale...more

Pig In A Condominiums Leads To Lawsuit

We first reported on the plight of Petey the pig back in March. Petey’s owners were part of a group of New Yorkers who wanted to keep pigs in their units – despite the fact that the city’s health code forbids keeping pigs as...more

Condo Adviser: Condominium Rules and Enforcement  [Video]

Chicago Tribune Condo Adviser columnist Howard Dakoff explains what happens when condominium rules are violated. ...more

Noise Complaints In Condos : The Perils Of Failing To Enforce Condo Rules

Property managers and condominium corporations should take noise complaints seriously or risk facing serious financial consequences. In a recent case, a condominium corporation that failed to enforce its rules prohibiting...more

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