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Understanding Virtual Owners Meetings and Electronic Voting for Condos

Denise Lash
Publication date:
June 8, 2020
Article Summary: 

This blog post explains the recent changes made to Ontario's Condominium Act, which now allows for virtual owners' meetings and electronic voting for condominiums. The author explains that these changes have been implemented to increase accessibility and participation for unit owners, as well as to streamline the meeting and voting process. The blog discusses the process for conducting virtual meetings and electronic voting, including the use of secure platforms and the need to ensure compliance with regulations and bylaws. The author also notes some potential challenges and concerns, such as the need to ensure adequate notice and participation, and the need for a reliable and secure electronic platform. The blog concludes by emphasizing the importance of keeping up with the changes to the Condominium Act and adopting best practices for conducting virtual meetings and electronic voting.


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Denise Lash
Understanding Virtual Owners Meetings and Electronic Voting for Condos
June 8, 2020
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