condo act

Protecting Condominium Owners Act – Condo Manager Licencing

This marks the last excerpt from the Ontario Governments web-site publications on this new act and what it means. In this last segment, property managers and licensing. To read the entire article, please click on the link at the bottom of this article.

Protecting Condominium Owners Act – How Condos are run

This marks another excerpt from the Ontario Governments web-site publications on this new act and what it means. In this segment, how condo's are run. To read the entire article, please click on the link at the bottom of this article.

Protecting Condominium Owners Act - An outline of the changes to Ontario’s condo laws

As the industry embarks on an exciting new journey with the introduction of Bill 106, Central Erin Property Management is pleased to be part of this of this process, which includes education. We will be sharing excerpts from the Ontario Governments web-site publications in the next series of blog articles, on this new act and what it means. To read the entire article, please click on the link at the bottom of this article.

Bill 106 - ACMO Video Series

With Bill 106 receiving royal assent on December 3, 2015, there is great anticipation of how this much anticipated, long overdue piece of legislation will be implemented. A series of educational videos were created by ACMO (Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario) to provide expert opinions on each of the focus areas within Bill 106, the Protecting Condominium Owners Act. 

Can my Condominium send the AGM Package by Email?

The industry has long held that delivery of any documents relating to the corporation, must be in the form specified by the owner, and in compliance with the Act. Translated, a hard copy, mailed to the registered owner at the unit address, unless the owner has provided an alternate mailing address.

Government of Ontario — How Condos Are Run

In some ways, a condo development is like a small municipality. The owners of each unit are members of the condo corporation and have the right to vote at meetings (1 vote per unit).

An elected board of directors, like a town council, makes decisions on behalf of the owners, and often hires staff to carry out the work. Just as towns have a town manager, condominiums often have a condominium manager.