Proposed Changes to the Condominium Act – Collection of Relevant Articles and Blog Entries
On May 27, David Orazietti, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services, officially introduced Bill 106, Protecting Condominium Owners Act.
Many of the law firms with substantial condominium law practices have examined the proposed Act and have offered their insights. We are providing links to all the articles and blog entries that we could find.
In addition, we have provided links to the Association of Condominium Managers Ontario’s (ACMO) website and the Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto & Area Chapter’s (CCI-T). Copies of the proposed Act and other resources are accessible through the links to the website of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.
The articles are extensive and generally well-written. We believe you will find them to be very informative.
Association of Condominium Managers Ontario
Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto & Area Chapter
Clifton Kok LLP
The Bill 106 Blog (Includes several articles – More about the proposed new Condominium Authority, Navigating the New Bill, An Array of new Authorities, Requisitioned meetings becomes (sic) more complex, Fixing Quorum, Dispelling Some Misinformation, and Bill 106 – A Consolidated Redline.)
Elia & Associates LLP
Gardiner Miller Arnold LLP - Ontario Condo Law Blog
Horlick | Levitt | Di Lella LLP
Condominium Reform at a Glance (contact email@example.com for a PDF copy)
Lash Condo Law LLP
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
Nelligan | O’Brien | Payne LLP