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Changes to how the Condo Act will deal with owners’ email addresses

Condo Adviser
Publication date:
April 20, 2023
Article Summary: 

Ontario has proposed amendments to the Condo Act to enhance flexibility for condo corporations in implementing virtual and electronic processes. The proposed changes include adding owner's email addresses to the corporation's records, allowing corporations to use email addresses for various notices, and permitting owners to opt-out of electronic communications. However, other owners accessing the list of owners through records requests would not have access to email addresses, though they can access names, unit numbers, and postal addresses. The issue of whether owners should have access to each other's email addresses raises concerns about privacy, communication advantages, and the need for transparent information sharing.


Ontario, Condo Act, proposed amendments, virtual processes, electronic communication, owner's email address, records of the corporation, opt-out option, privacy concerns, communication advantages, transparent information sharing.

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Condo Adviser
Changes to how the Condo Act will deal with owners’ email addresses
April 20, 2023
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