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Home-Based Businesses

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
October 26, 2018
Article Summary: 

Home-based businesses are an important part of our economy, but not all are suitable for condo buildings. Consulting businesses such as computer-based businesses, writing and research services, and counselling or therapy services are suitable. Condo communities can choose to permit home-based businesses and home offices so long as they comply with local and corporation rules. Ontario requires that all businesses be registered with the province. Condo corporation documents may impose certain restrictions on commercial activity in condo buildings, such as restricting activities that involve client visitations, displays visible from the outside, deliveries of merchandise, resale of manufactured items, structural alterations to the suite, and those that cause noise, vibration, smoke, odours, heat, humidity or glare.


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Toronto Condo News
Home-Based Businesses
October 26, 2018
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