The Government recently released a White Paper entitled “Reforming the Condominium Act” which invited comments on proposed changes to be made to such Act. This is a positive development as it is an area of law which needs reform considering that property complexes have developed to a larger scale in Malta in recent years. Read […]
The Malta Development Association on Thursday welcomed the reform the government is planning for the Condominium Act, but requested to have a stronger presence in the process. In a statement, the MDA said it welcomed the government’s commitment to amend the current legislation given that a legislative intervention to address the current realities and the […]
The government has released a White Paper for public consultation on the reform of the Condominum Act, with proposals to establish a condominiums regulator and tribunal. Read the article……………………………
We have finally heard the long-awaited good news. The conflicts and problems encountered by residents who live in apartment blocks will be addressed through a review of the Condominium law. The government, together with the Association of Maltese Developers, the MDA, will analyse the consultation process so that the law is an effective tool for […]
The Condominium Act was first enacted back in 1997, when blocks of apartments were still relatively new on the property market. Fast forward 20 years and blocks of apartments are popping up on every corner of the island while their condominiums are still being regulated by the same laws enacted 20 years ago. Read the […]
A public consultation on the Condominium Act of 1997 has been launched, Minister for Justice, Equality and Governance Edward Zammit Lewis announced on Thursday. The Minister was joined by Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship and Communities Alex Muscat and Parliamentary Secretary for Lands and Construction Chris Agius. Read the article……………………………..
The development of apartments in Malta has not only increased dramatically during the last 20 years, but will undoubtedly intensify in the years to come. This puts into focus the importance of administering the common areas available for use by more than one resident, which areas are commonly referred to as condominium. Indeed, as our […]