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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.
 
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Pro-Bono Students Canada (PBSC)
Please note: PBSC does not provide legal advice.
Our students assist public interest organizations and community groups, but we are not set up to serve individuals directly. If you are an individual requiring legal advice, please consult Legal Aid Ontario at 1-800-668-8258, the Lawyer Referral Service at 1-900-565-4577, or a lawyer. For $6, the Lawyer Referral Service will provide the name of a lawyer who will provide a free consultation of up to 30 minutes to help you determine your rights and options.
PBSC matches volunteer law students with public interest organizations, community groups, government agencies, tribunals, legal clinics and lawyers. PBSC students conduct public legal education; research pending legislation, legal issues and policy questions; draft policies for organizations and manuals for their clients; and help organizations provide legal information and assistance to their clients, among other projects - all pro bono for 3-10 hours a week. All projects require lawyer supervisors. Lawyers can assist by volunteering as supervisors for approximately 5-10 hours a year. PBSC welcomes lawyers who have pro bono or public interest cases where students would be of assistance. PBSC also runs the Family Law Project through which law students are trained and assist unrepresented people to fill out required forms in family court.
 
For more information, please contact:
Pro-Bono Students Canada
655 Spadina Ave.
Toronto, ON M5S 2H9
Phone: 416-946-0930
Fax: 416-934-4536

 

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