Bill 106: Modifications: Part 1

Not every change to the Condominium Act, 1998, (the “Act”) that is proposed by Bill 106 is necessarily a big one, but even the minor amendments can significantly alter the way things are done or thought about. Such are the changes proposed to sections 97 and 98 of the Act which govern modifications made to the common elements, assets or services of a corporation. They don’t change everything; they don’t even change major things; but they do make important changes.   Read the article……….


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