Managing Condo Managers

As we have noted before, Bill 106 is not a new Condominium Act. When the Bill is proclaimed into law, the Condominium Act, 1998, will continue to be the legislation governing condominiums in Ontario. But Bill 106 introduces many substantive changes to that Act, and it also does create one new piece of legislation: the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015. In this blog entry, we provide some key information about this new legislation, which we refer to here as the CMSA.   Read the article………..


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