At long last, there’s a glimmer of hope that the terrible new Condo Act forms introduced in 2017 may soon be improved.
On September 20, 2019, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services announced a proposal to entrust the fledgling Condominium Authority of Ontario with administering (and revising) certain Condo Act forms.
Of the 19 forms proposed to be delegated to CAO, 15 are new forms introduced in November 2017. The other 4 are older forms including the all-important status certificate, the notice of future funding of the reserve fund (formerly known as “Form 15”) and the often-ignored summary of lease or renewal under Condo Act, s.83. If the proposal is approved, these latter 2 forms would come under CAO control in July 2020 while the other 17 forms would switch over in January 2020. This short timetable leaves just enough time to make the necessary regulatory changes.
The window for making submissions on this proposal is a very short 10 days, expiring September 30. Make your comments by email from the regulatory registry website.
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