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Quick Tips on a Few Condo Forms

Denise Lash
Publication date:
March 6, 2018
Article Summary: 

The new forms that condominium corporations must use under the amended Condominium Act, 1998 have raised unexpected questions. For example, the Notice of Meeting form does not allow the person filling out the form to indicate a candidate is running for both a standard director position and an owner-occupied position. Additionally, some forms require the signature of an individual on behalf of the condominium corporation and either a statement that the person signing has authority to bind the corporation or the corporate seal. These tips will help managers and directors resolve these issues. The condominium manager should be authorized to sign these forms on behalf of the corporation by a resolution of the board.

The signature section of these forms can be filled out as follows: Capture 2 Agreement to Receive Notices Electronically. The omission of a unit number in the “Owners or mortgagee’s name” line can be addressed by requesting that mortgagees include the unit number in the “Owners or mortgagee’s name” line. The manager can also pre-populate the form if they are sending it to a specific mortgagee.


condominium corporation, manager, directors, amendment to condominium act, 1998,  Notice of Meeting, Notice of Election and Appointment of a Proxy , fillable forms, corporate seal

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Denise Lash
Quick Tips on a Few Condo Forms
March 6, 2018
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