The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services has announced new dates for the planned arrival of changes to Ontario’s Condominium Laws. Click here for the recent announcement from the Ministry.
Here’s a quick summary of the “next steps” noted by the Ministry:
September 1, 2017:
The new Condominium Authority of Ontario (responsible for various new administrative matters) will become effective.
November 1, 2017:
The Phase I amendments to the Condominium Act will come into force.
The new licensing requirements for condominium managers will come into force.
The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (which will deal with licensing and regulation of condominium managers) will become effective.
The Condominium Authority Tribunal (which will deal with certain condominium law disputes) will become effective.
February 1, 2018:
The remainder of the Condominium Management Services Act (apart from licensing matters) will come into force.
In the “near future”, the Ministry will also release:
New forms under the Condominium Act.
A set of plain language guides and fact sheets respecting the new condominium law changes.
The education and exam requirements for condominium managers.
We don’t yet have an indicated target date for the further changes to the Condominium Act (after Phase I), but we know that those changes are “in the works”.
Hold on tight. The changes are getting closer!
Stay tuned to Condo Law News for more blogs about amendments to the Condominium Act and upcoming events .