Update on the Discipline Process under the CMSA

One of the more unsettling changes for condominium managers coming under the Condominium Management Services Act (“CMSA”) is obviously the complaint and discipline procedures. As we previously reported, under the CMSA anyone will be able to make a complaint to the Registrar of the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority (“CMRAO”) against a condominium manager for an alleged failure to comply with the proposed Code of Ethics. Sections 57 and 58 of the CMSA establish the following three levels of authority to deal with any such complaints:     Read the article……………..


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