Prospective purchasers of units in new condominium projects (or their lawyers) should be carefully scrutinizing the disclosure documents and the agreement of purchase and sale to see if the developer has in fact limited its liability. If so, purchasers should take this into account when making their decision to buy into the project. As the Ontario government is now in the process of making major revisions to the Condominium Act, it will be interesting to see if the government will address this issue in the new legislation. - See more at: http://www.condoreporter.com/?p=3784&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CondoReporter+%28Condo+Reporter%29#sthash.cAELcyN2.dpuf
So when I attended the SALES OFFICE you gave me a declaration and proposed Rules Regulations and BYLAWS; but before a condo corporation is formed by the residents You force us to CLOSE and then realise you have changed the By - Laws limiting your own liability.
That's reputable - NOT
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