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CAFCOR Forum – Owners Helping Owners. Our Forums offer a wealth of information accumulated in thousands of posts.  We encourage everyone who has a question or problems to discuss, to search the forums first.  There is a chance that your question was already answered.  Viewing threads also allows a better understanding of issues facing condominium owners.  To visit the Forums, please click HERE.

 
law.jpgThe High Price Of Condominium Arbitration.
A condominium is a community of people with common interests and the theory is that the community should try to resolve disputes by agreement rather than the adversarial process.  Mediation is seen as a “win-win” process which allows disputes to be resolved by a communication process leading to a common understanding of the needs of the condominium community. Read more...
 
Condo TowerOver 9,000 Condominiums in Ontario
In 2011 there were over 9,000 registered condominiums in Ontario, an increase from 8,788 in 2008.

For a breakdown (2009) based on location please click HERE .  The numbers were provided by the Ontario Government.
 
Notice To Unit Owners Regarding Liens Print E-mail
law.jpgAs a result of several investigations conducted by our Intervention & Mediation Unit, CAFCOR has formed the “Suspicious Liens Unit” which is dedicated solely to the investigation of the legitimacy of liens placed on condominium units by lawyers in the Province of Ontario. If you have been threatened with a lien, have received a Form 14 Notice of Lien or have had a lien placed on your condominium unit within the past two (2) years, we would be interested in hearing from you.

The Condominium Act, 1998  clearly sets out the criteria for the registration of liens against a unit. Our investigations have uncovered liens which may have been unlawfully registered against particular units and we have reason to believe that these are not isolated cases. Should you wish to participate in our ongoing investigation, please feel free to contact us by e-mail at: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it All submissions will be kept in the strictest confidence by our team.

 

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