Changes to Condo Act met with mixed reviews at Town Hall (ON)

Mississauga residents ?who live in condominiums will get a new, less expensive way to resolve disputes under proposed legislation calling for widespread changes to Ontario’s Condominium Act.?  The changes proposed by the Ontario government in the new Protecting Condominium Owners Act were discussed tonight (Sept. 30) at a Town Hall style meeting at Living Arts Centre, where more than 100 condo owners and managers ?attended.     Read the article………….


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