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Minister MacCharles Announces New Condo Law Changes to Come into Effect this Fall

Today the Honourable Tracy MacCharles, Minister of Government and Consumer Services, accompanied by Han Dong, MPP Trinity-Spadina, announced the government’s key new condo law changes that will come into effect this fall.

New changes include:

• improving communication between condo boards and owners,
• mandatory training for condo directors,
• improving meeting and voting procedures,
• implementing a low-cost dispute resolution tribunal,
• mandatory licensing of condo managers and condo management providers, and
• mandatory education and exam requirements for condo managers.

Additionally, the government will designate two condo administrative authorities – The Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) and The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO).

The condo law changes are part of the government’s commitment to help build healthy condo communities and make positive changes that meet the needs of the province’s rapidly-growing condo sector.

For additional information on the Minister’s announcement, please see the news release.

For additional information on the education and exam requirements for condo managers, please see the Minister's education designation.

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Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon is speaking at the upcoming "CRITICAL AND EMERGING ISSUES IN SCHOOL LAW FOR K-12 EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS" conference

Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon is speaking at the upcoming "CRITICAL AND EMERGING ISSUES IN SCHOOL LAW FOR K-12 EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS" conference about The Impact of the Charter of Rights and the Ontario Human Rights Code on Schools. Please click...

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