Tendering and the New Condominium Act: Gazing into a Crystal Ball

In May 2015, following a comprehensive review of the Condominium Act, the Ontario government introduced Bill 106, the Protecting Condominium Owners Act (the “Act”). In the debates that followed in the legislature, a number of MPPs highlighted, as a key feature of the Act, the fact that it puts into place:   Read the article……………..


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