What Will Mandatory Licensing of Condo Managers Look Like in Ontario?

When Bill 106 (the legislation aimed at protecting condominium owners in Ontario) received Royal Assent on December 3, 2015, it set out to amend the existing Condominium Act but, as importantly, it also laid out a new licensing regime for condo managers. A year later, on December 17, 2016, the Province circulated its first set of proposed regulations to be adopted under the new Condominium Management Services Act. This regulation is still in draft form and the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services is inviting comments on these by February 6, 2017. We blogged on this already.  The Condominium Management Services Act is not in force yet and the first set of regulations is still in draft form. Still, we are now getting a far clearer picture of the licensing process and licensing requirements of condo managers in Ontario.    Read the article…………


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