Real Estate Litigation Lawyers
Condominium law is a complex area of law that deals with legal issues related to the ownership, governance, and management of condominiums. This can include disputes between owners, developers, and property managers, and can be a challenging area of law to navigate.
At our litigation law firm, we have a team of experienced lawyers who specialize in condominium law. We understand the nuances of this area of law and can help you navigate any legal challenges that may arise. Whether you are an owner, developer, or property manager, we can provide the legal guidance and representation you need.
Common disputes in this area of law can involve issues such as maintenance and repair responsibilities, common area usage, and bylaw enforcement. For example, an owner may dispute the responsibility for the cost of repairing a common area, or a developer may be facing challenges with a property manager over the enforcement of bylaws.
Our team of lawyers can help you navigate these challenges and protect your legal rights and interests. We have a deep understanding of the legal issues that can arise in condominium law, and can work with you to develop a customized legal strategy that meets your unique needs and goals.
Whether you are seeking guidance on how to enforce bylaws, how to resolve disputes with other owners or property managers, or how to navigate complex legal issues related to condominium ownership, we have the expertise and experience necessary to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
Boundary disputes in Ontario involve disagreements between property owners over the location and ownership of a property’s boundary.
Land Use Disputes
Real Estate Litigation Consulting
Title Insurance Claims
Real Estate Fraud
As a litigation law firm, we understand that real estate fraud can be a serious problem for individuals and businesses. We know that it typically involves deceptive practices in real estate transactions, such as mortgage fraud, misrepresentation of property values, and other types of fraudulent behavior. We also know that real estate fraud can be perpetrated by individuals, real estate agents, brokers, or other parties involved in the transaction.
Real Estate Contracts
Real Estate Agent and Broker Liability
Mortgage and Foreclosure Litigation
Mortgage and foreclosure litigation can be complex and require legal expertise to resolve. In Ontario, mortgage and foreclosure litigation is governed by the Mortgages Act and other relevant legislation.
Easements and Rights of Way
Easements are legal rights granted to someone other than the owner of a property to use a specific portion of the property for a specific purpose.
In Ontario, easements are governed by the common law and the Land Titles Act, which provides for the registration of easements on a property’s title.
Whether you are a landlord seeking to evict a tenant, or a tenant facing eviction or other legal issues, our team is here to help. We provide comprehensive legal services, including negotiating settlements, representing clients at the Landlord and Tenant Board, and pursuing litigation in court.
Commercial Leasing Disputes
Leasing disputes in Ontario involve legal disputes between landlords and tenants over the terms and conditions of a lease. Leasing disputes can be complex and require legal expertise to resolve. In Ontario, leasing disputes are governed by the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) and the Commercial Tenancies Act (CTA), depending on the type of lease involved.
Agreements of Purchase and Sale
Breach of contract claims can be highly complex and can arise in a variety of situations where one party fails to fulfill their obligations under a contract. This can occur in a wide range of legal agreements, including contracts related to real estate transactions, employment agreements, sales contracts, construction agreements, and more.
Joint Venture and Partnership Disputes
Joint venture and partnership disputes arise when two or more parties collaborate on a real estate project. Disputes can arise over issues related to ownership, management, and financing.