Ontario to announce overhaul of condominium legislation

The Ontario government is set to announce an overhaul of its condominium legislation Wednesday, including new consumer protections for owners and prospective buyers.  The reforms will likely include long-awaited plans to license property managers, require mandatory education for condo board members and create an arms-length office to resolve disputes between those boards and owners. The office is expected to be funded with a new tax on condo owners of a few dollars a month.     Read the article…………


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