The Government Is Requesting Feedback on Changes to the Condo Act

The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services is planning certain amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998. In order to better understand how these changes will affect the general public and various stakeholders in the condominium industry (including unit owners, condominium corporations, and the Condominium Authority of Ontario), the government is holding a consultation and welcoming feedback on the proposal until March 10, 2020. Continue reading “The Government Is Requesting Feedback on Changes to the Condo Act”

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What Would I Change About the 2017 Amendments to the Condominium Act and Regulations?

At the 2019 Ottawa Condominium Conference (put on by CCI Eastern Ontario and ACMO), I was proud to participate as a member of the Legal Panel session.  One of the questions that the panel members were asked was as follows:  If you could, what would you change about the 2017 Amendments to the Condominium Act and Regulations?  Here was my answer: Continue reading “What Would I Change About the 2017 Amendments to the Condominium Act and Regulations?”

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Shared Facilities Agreements Will Soon Be Mandatory

Section 21.1 of the Condominium Act is a proposed new section to the legislation. It will require a shared facilities agreement to be prepared and registered for pretty much any property that is shared, or will be shared (with another party), by a condominium or a prospective condominium.

This section is not yet in force, and the related regulations have not yet been prepared.  But it could arrive any day (as part of the next phase of the amendments to the Condominium Act). Continue reading “Shared Facilities Agreements Will Soon Be Mandatory”

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