John Moher is principally engaged in the areas of real estate, corporate, and condominium law. Mr. Moher has acted on numerous real estate purchase, sale, and financing transactions involving commercial, industrial, residential, rural, vacant land, and condominium properties.
Mr. Moher has experience in drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements, including commercial and residential agreements of purchase and sale, commercial leases, reciprocal/cost-sharing agreements, and co-ownership agreements. His real estate practice has also exposed him to a broad range of real estate law issues generally, such as boundary issues, rights of way, and easements. Mr. Moher has experience in interpreting the provisions of the Land Titles Act in relation to adverse possession, restrictive covenants, exceptions to the Land Titles Act, title qualifications, and applications for absolute title.
He regularly advises boards of directors of condominium corporations with respect to a broad range of legal matters. Mr. Moher has chaired several Annual General Meetings for condominium corporations ensuring a smooth and productive meeting of owners. He has advised condominium corporations with respect to condominium liens, alteration agreements, requisitioned meetings, and amendments to declarations, by-laws, and rules. Mr. Moher has experience reviewing management agreements and other types of contracts on behalf of condominium corporations. He has provided numerous opinions on a wide-variety of legal issues affecting condominium corporations. Mr. Moher also has experience with drafting status certificates for condominium corporations faced with unique situations that require careful and considered disclosure to prospective purchasers and mortgagees.
Mr. Moher enjoys writing articles relating to condominium law issues. His published articles include:
- “Barbecues and Balconies: Reducing the Risk”
- “Breaking Barriers in Condominium Communities”
- “Managing a Condominium-Hotel Project”
- “Noise Complaints: An Analysis of the Dyke Decision and Practical Tips for Property Managers and Board Members”
Mr. Moher earned his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2007 and studied abroad for a semester at Stockholm University in Sweden. He obtained his B.A. from the University of Western Ontario, graduating with distinction. Mr. Moher was called to the Ontario Bar in 2008. He actively participates in various firm, client and trade events. He is a member of the Canadian Condominium Institute and is Himelfarb Proszanski’s point of contact for its membership in the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario.
416-599-8080, ext. 335.