A recent court decision raises the thorny issue of whether it should be legal for builders to restrict the ability of new home and condo purchasers from suing them for deficiency claims exceeding the limits of the Tarion new home warranty.
The case arose at West Harbour City, a 510-unit residential condominium project on downtown Fleet St. It was developed by West Harbour City (I) Residences Corp., a subsidiary of Plazacorp Investments.
The developer has more than 5,000 condominium units already built or under construction in Toronto. Its projects can be found in Yorkville, North Toronto, King West, Queen West, Lawrence Park, Liberty Village, the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood, Harbourfront, and Mt. Pleasant Village.