Real estate

Memory of Craig Carter, real estate lawyer, honoured with new U of T academic award

Memory of Craig Carter, real estate lawyer, honoured with new U of T academic award

Carter taught at University of Toronto, Queen’s and Osgoode Hall law schools

Can condo corps require COVID vaccinations?

Can condo corps require COVID vaccinations?

Condo lawyers are fielding questions about the legality of vaccine mandates

Title insurance referral fee could become ‘greatest argument’ against self-regulation, says lawyer

Title insurance referral fee could become ‘greatest argument’ against self-regulation, says lawyer

Fees must be disclosed, or passed on to the client as savings, says another lawyer

Appeal dismissed against parties who failed to close residential real estate transaction

Appeal dismissed against parties who failed to close residential real estate transaction

Ontario Court of Appeal also dismisses cross-appeal of would-be seller of real estate property

Ontario Court of Appeal affirms anti-Black racism motivated commercial landlord-tenant dispute

Ontario Court of Appeal affirms anti-Black racism motivated commercial landlord-tenant dispute

Landlord’s affidavits ‘almost a caricature of racially derogatory themes:’ judge

Tenant’s accommodation needs don’t justify harassment of condominium community: ruling

Tenant’s accommodation needs don’t justify harassment of condominium community: ruling

Superior Court grants reliefs sought by condominium corporation with one exception