New Saskatchewan condo laws make regulation stricter

Significant changes to Saskatchewan’s condo laws took effect this month, with more to follow next year.  New regulations in the Condominium Property Act address condo conversions, insurance, as well as regular audits for condo boards. Additionally, two-thirds of ownership is now required to pass a resolution.    Read more………


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