After many years of discussion and speculation, the new Condominium Act is finally here! The majority of the amendments to the Act and the new regulations under the Act are coming into force today, November 1st 2017. The Minister of Government and Consumer Services has released an Order enacting new forms under the Act. The forms are now available on the Government’s website in French and in English.
We have included both a link to “fillable” forms and a printable version. Please note that you need Adobe Reader 8 or higher to view these forms. If you are having difficulties viewing the forms, try a different browser. These forms appear to work best on Explorer.
- Periodic Information Certificate
- Information Certificate Update
- New Owner Information Certificate
- Notice of Online Posting of Information Certificate
Meeting of owners (and AGMs)
- Notice of Meeting of Owners under s. 34(5) of the Condominium Act
- Preliminary Notice of Meeting of Owners
- Submission to Include Material in the Notice of Meeting of Owners
- Notice of Meeting of Owners
- Proxy Form
Records of the Corporation
- Notice Relating to Record of Owners;
- Notice Relating to Record of Mortgagees;
- Agreement to Receive Notices Electronically;
- Request for Records;
- Board’s Response to Request for Records; and
- Waiver by Requester of Records.
More condominium related forms are available here.
We have added a new tab at the top of this page to facilitate access to the new forms.
This series of new forms will make it a lot easier for condominium corporations and owners to comply with the new requirements of the Act.
Please note that not all new requirements are mandatory as of November 1st, 2017 and that the regulation provides for transition periods. For instance, the new procedure to call a meeting of owners only applies if the meeting is held on or after December 11, 2017 and the board has not sent any notice with respect to the meeting before November 1, 2017.
Ready or not, the new Condominium Act is here! For more information, please read our previous blogs on the changes to the Act.