Condo act updates aim to improve consumer protection (AB)

The Alberta government is poised to announce the first phase of amendments to the Condominium Property Act.  New legislation was passed in 2014 to bring in stricter regulations to protect consumers and make developers more accountable. In all, 50 amendments have been proposed with the first phase likely covering about 20 per cent of these changes.  “All of us in the industry have held our breath for so long that we’re kind of red in the face,” says Andrew Fulcher, president of the Southern Alberta chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI). “It would have been lovely to have this all done and dusted by now.”    Read the article…………….


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