Marina Del Rey Condominium $15 Lawsuits, Toronto


The Toronto Waterfront area can be a beautiful place to live. I thought all my dreams had come true when I moved in to my condominium 23 years ago. It has the most spectacular view of this city! However, I soon discovered that purchasing this property would become my biggest nightmare! I have now been homeless for 13 years!

This is a cautionary tale about what happens to a condo owner at Marina Del Rey Phase I, 2261 Lake Shore Blvd. W, who is forced to commence legal action in an effort to rebuild her home after years of continuous water flooding problems, mismanagement, neglect of duties, and bad faith displayed by insurance companies.

I have started this blog with the hope that I can provide help and encouragement to others who find themselves in a similar situation. Insurance companies and corporations have lots of money and lawyers to fight us. However, we have the power of the internet and the social media to connect, support each other, and exchange helpful information.

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Marina Del Rey & British Columbia's Leaking Condo Fiasco

Everyone has heard about the leaking condo court cases in British Columbia.  Here are some lessons learned: 
"When former MP and journalist Simma Holt bought a Port Moody, B.C., condo back in early 1999, she had no idea that the purchase of her modest retirement home would result in years of litigation..."

Read more:  Toronto Star article, 2006
http://www.aaron.ca/columns/2006-07-22.htm

People have asked me, if your place is so bad, why don't you just your condo?  The problems faced by those in British Columbia are the same as mine.  It would be very difficult for me to sell my condo unit.  AS IS, no one would want to buy my headaches.  The leaks are continuous when it rains, there is mould in my walls.

1 comment:

  1. Many people who live in condos enjoy the neighborly feeling. But just about everyone needs a little privacy, too.

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