Loss of Quorum on the Board

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Many condominiums struggle to find enough candidates to fill the positions on their board. Other condominiums have a hard time keeping directors on the board after their election. Whatever the reason, there are times when a condominium may not have enough people to fill all positions on the board. What’s a condominium to do? This post will describe some of the legal obligations on the condominium and directors. It also includes some possible solutions to attract more candidates and keep directors once elected to the board. Continue reading

Did you send your information certificates yet?

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We are over the six month mark from the date the first phase of amendments to the Act came into force on November 1, 2017. That means every condominium should have sent out at least one information certificate by now, unless at least 80% of the owners have consented to dispense with the requirement. Have you sent yours? Here is a recap of the obligations: Continue reading

The New Information Certificates

PICThe amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998, will result in much more frequent communications to the owners with valuable information about the condominium. One new source of information is the information certificates: the periodic information certificate (PIC); the information certificate update (ICU); and the new owner information certificate (NOIC). The new certificates became a requirement as of November 1, 2017.  Continue reading