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There's a Form for That

Jason Rivait, Joy Mathews
Publication date:
October 12, 2018
Article Summary: 

This article discusses the significant amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998, introduced by the Province of Ontario in November 2017. The amendments aimed to increase transparency in condo governance and encourage better communication between condo boards and unit owners. The article explores some of the new forms mandated by the Act, including proxy forms, request for records forms, information certificates, and candidate disclosure forms. While some improvements have been made to the forms based on industry feedback, challenges remain, such as accessibility and language limitations. The article emphasizes the need for proper guidance and supplemental instructions for condo corporations and the potential for electronic communication to streamline the process.


Condominium Act, 1998, Amendments, Ontario, Forms, Proxy Forms, Request for Records, Information Certificates, Candidate Disclosure, Transparency, Communication, Electronic Forms, Condo Governance, Unit Owners, Accessibility, Language Limitations, Electronic Communication, Industry Feedback.

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Jason Rivait, Joy Mathews
There's a Form for That
October 12, 2018
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