Below are the latest updates and news relating to the Condominium Act, 1998 and the condominium industry's governing bodies.
There are many planned changes to the Condominium Act that are not yet in effect. Several steps are required to implement these proposed changes, including adopting additional regulations. The Ontario government is continuing with its consultation process and is asking you to provide your feedback and thoughts.
The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services is seeking your input on regulatory proposals under the Condominium Act, 1998 (Condo Act) to further support condominium living in Ontario. The Ministry proposes to expand the scope of disputes that can be heard by the Condominium Authority Tribunal.
ACMO is pleased to partner with the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services to provide the continuing education webinars for General Licencees who received their education and examination requirements prior to November 1, 2017.
On November 1, 2017, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services notified you that new forms under the General Regulation (O. Reg. 48/01) made under the Condominium Act, 1998, were posted to the Ontario government website.
The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services released fact sheets to help condominium managers and owners navigate the new regulations.
Minister of Government and Consumer Services, Tracy MacCharles, designated ACMO’s four courses and challenge examinations as a requirement for condominium managers in Ontario to obtain a general license under the Condominium Management Services Act.
The regulations for the Condominium Management Services Act (CMSA) have been released by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.