‘New Condo Act’: Tight Deadlines for Corporations to Adopt and Disclose Their Budget

In this installment on the changes Bill 106 may bring to the existing Condominium Act, we focus on the changes expected to affect how corporations adopt and disclose their yearly budgets.  Bill 106 proposes to add an entire section on corporations’ budgets. This is new as the present Condominium Act is nearly silent on this question.    Read the article………..


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