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Marko Djurdjevac, LL.B.
As the Canadian condominium market booms and busts with the economy, it is important to be prepared for the diverse issues relating to the development, sale and maintenance of condominiums.
Halsbury's Condominiumtitle provides a nationally comprehensive overview of condominium law, guiding practitioners through a condominium's lifecycle, including: the creation of the condominium corporation, the sale and lease of units, its day-to-day administration, its termination, and remedies for breaches of contract and statute. With a superior examination of all provincial condominium legislation, and its application in current case law, this title is an essential reference for lawyers acting for developers and owners of condominium projects, as well as individual purchasers, owners and lessees of condominium units.
Topics covered in this essential, national reference include:
And much more.
Constitutional Law - Division of Powers
Guy Regimbald, LL.B., B.C.L. (Oxon.) & The late Martin William Mason, B.A., M.A., LL.B.
Canada's constitution creates two distinct levels of legislative authority. It is therefore of critical importance to know which subject areas are within the exclusive jurisdiction of Parliament, which are strictly matters for the provincial legislatures, and which are areas of both federal and provincial jurisdiction. With an in-depth examination of the allocation and limitation of public power, this title is an authoritative overview of constitutional law in Canada. Halsbury's Constitutional Law - Division of Powerstitle illuminates the complex interaction between the written and unwritten elements of the constitution, together with the common law and practices, customs and conventions that have shaped our modern legal system.
Topics covered in this essential reference include:
And much more.
Constitutional Law – Division of Powers
Marko Djurdjevac, LL.B., of the Ontario Bar, is a partner in the Condominium Practice Group of Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto. He has extensive experience in all aspects of condominium law and has represented and advised numerous condominium corporations and unit owners in various matters, including: the interpretation of condominium documents and contracts; enforcement proceedings (including mediation and arbitration); shared facilities/reciprocal agreement issues; and statutory rights and remedies applicable to condominiums. Marko is also a Certified Arbitrator (ADR Institute of Ontario) and acts as mediator or arbitrator of condominium disputes. He is the co-author of the mediation and arbitration teaching materials used for a top level condominium course offered by the Canadian Condominium Institute-Toronto and Area Chapter (CCI-T). He has written articles on legal matters for condominium publications and he has been interviewed by media outlets such as The Globe and Mail and City-TV for his comments on condominium law issues. He was also editor-in-chief of a condominium law newsletter. Marko has been a speaker, instructor, and moderator at CCI-T, Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO), and PM Expo conferences and seminars.
Constitutional Law – Division of Powers
Guy Régimbald, LL.B., B.C.L. (Oxon.), is an Ottawa-based associate in the Advocacy Department of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP. He practises mainly in the areas of constitutional law, administrative law and government relations. He has appeared as Counsel in such courts as the Supreme Court of Canada and the Ontario Court of Appeal. He clerked for The Honourable Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein and The Honourable Mr. Justice John C. Major of the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as for The Honourable Mr. Justice Marc Noël at the Federal Court of Appeal. He received his B.C.L. first class honours (Master’s in Law) from the University of Oxford. He earned his LL.B. from the University of Ottawa, and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada as well as the Barreau du Québec. He is the author of Canadian Administrative Law and Halsbury’s Laws of Canada - Administrative Law, and he is co-author of Standards of Review of Federal Administrative Tribunals.
The late Martin William Mason, B.A., M.A., LL.B.,was a senior partner at Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP, where he practised in the Ottawa office for 26 years. He practised in the areas of administrative law, constitutional law and civil litigation and appeared before such courts as the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. He also worked in the area of aboriginal law and wrote on the subject of First Nations governance. He was involved with the development of legislation through his work with the Constitutional Law section of the Canadian Bar Association and appearances before Senate Committees. He served as a co-chair of the Federal Court Bench and Bar Committee and taught constitutional law at the University of Ottawa for thirteen years. Prior to entering the legal profession, Martin taught political science at Carleton University and the University of Saskatchewan.
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