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Resolving Disputes

New Condominium Authority Now in Service to Protect Residents

Authority Will Educate Condo Community, Help Resolve Disputes

The Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) is now in service to better protect condo owners and residents.

The Condominium Authority of Ontario will help ensure condo owners and residents are equipped with the tools and information they need by:

• Providing owners and purchasers with information about their rights and responsibilities
• Creating an accessible and affordable dispute resolution service, which will take effect on November 1, 2017
• Providing important tools and information about living in a condo
• Offering mandatory training for condo directors beginning on November 1, 2017

Ontario is also implementing new protections for condo communities, which will take effect this fall. Changes will include new disclosure requirements for directors, such as whether they are not owners or occupiers of units in the condo or if they have interests in contracts involving the corporation.



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