SHARING OF EXPENSES DISPUTES IN CONDOMINIUM PROJECTS - PART II
Edward D. (Ned) Brown Pitblado LLP Winnipeg, Manitoba January 2018 In the writer's immediately preceding paper on this topic, he dealt with the matter of the determination of "lienable" claims which a corporation may have against a unit owner and the allocation of the aggregate of...
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SHARING OF EXPENSES DISPUTES IN CONDOMINIUM PROJECTS - PART I
Edward D. (Ned) Brown Pitblado LLP Winnipeg, Manitoba January 2018 Those involved in the management or operation of condominium projects, and those who own or occupy units in same (including institutional lenders who advance funds on the security of mortgages of unit owners' interests...
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CAN A MORTGAGE LENDER BE HELD TO BE AN "OWNER" UNDER THE BUILDERS' LIENS ACT?
Edward D. (Ned) Brown Pitblado LLP Winnipeg, Manitoba November, 2017 In most cases, the roles played by each "participant" in a construction/development project (the "Project") are quite distinct.  There is the owner/developer which holds title to the property and wishes to...
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FINANCING A COMMERCIAL TENANT'S LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS
Many businesses operate, in whole or in part, out of leased premises.  A business owner may lease fully developed and fully completed premises in an existing building with all services and amenities already in place.  At the other end of the spectrum, a business owner may lease -...
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