Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Corporations

Non-profit housing co-operatives have been created by both the federal and provincial governments. Cohen Highley is well versed in both federal and provincial legal requirements. We understand that generally voluntary boards made up of members make the decisions with respect to, amongst other things, rent-geared to income subsidies, member and occupancy terminations, and enforcement of the collective rights of the non-profit housing co-operative corporations. Along with that responsibility, the Board must continue to live alongside their neighbours over whom they have made a decision.

Services

We can assist by providing the following services:

  • Applying before the Superior Court of Justice for, amongst other things, Writ of Possession;
  • Providing legal guidance to coordinators and Boards of Directors;
  • Representing the Board at members’ meetings;
  • Drafting or amending by-laws and incorporation documents;
  • Appealing property tax assessments; and
  • Responding to Human Rights Complaints.

Whatever your specific needs are, we can provide you with quality services and effective representation.

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Lucy practises in the areas of personal injury, insurance defence, and non-profit co-operative housing litigation. She has been involved in the dispute resolution process overseen by the Ontario Financial Services of Ontario and before the Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals, Pension Appeals Board, Workplace Safety Insurance Board- appeals branch, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, and the Court of Appeal.

Laura practises in the area of administrative law, including condominium, residential tenancies,municipal, planning and zoning, expropriations, and property tax and accessibility law. Laura is a member and active contributor to numerous condominium, development and housing industry organizations.