Warren Kleiner is condominium lawyer with experience in real estate. Warren primarily represents condominium corporations.
He assists condominium boards and management companies on all matters relating to condominium governance. He reviews and advises on the Condominium Act, declarations, by-laws and rules and all agreements that are entered into by condominiums. Warren advises on liens and proceedings involving problematic owner-condominium relationships and on issues involving shared facilities. Warren has assisted many condominium communities to update their shared facilities agreements to avoid disputes and provide for a fair and workable framework for managing shared facilities.
Warren is active with the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI), is currently serving on the board of directors of CCI (Toronto) and is the chair of the CCI (Toronto) Legislative Committee. He ha been active with the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and was on the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario's (CMRAO) Stakeholder Implementation Working Group to provide input and identify considerations to ensure the smooth development and implementation of the CMRAO. He has authored several articles on condominium-related topics for other industry publications including the Condo Voice and the Real Estate News. He has lectured at the Law Society of Ontario, the ACMO/CCI Condo Conference and various CCI and ACMO seminars. Warren was also an instructor for the bar admission course real estate section.