Condominium Property Act
On May 6, 2014, Bill 13, the Condominium Property Amendment Act, 2014 was introduced in the legislature.
The changes set out in this bill are the result of an extensive review and focused on modernizing Alberta’s condominium laws and setting a framework that supports responsible self-governance of condominium corporations.
Conversations on the proposed changes will continue to be reviewed to give stakeholders and all Albertans the chance to review the consultation report and amendments to ensure Alberta’s Condominium Property Act serves the needs of this province.
The proposed changes to the Condominium Property Act would:
- improve protection for purchasers;
- improve protection for existing owners;
- enhance board transparency and accountability;
- allow for efficient governance;
- raise standards in Alberta’s condominium management sector; and
- enhance dispute resolution.
Send your comments on the proposed changes in Bill 13 to email@example.com
The Condominium Property Act Review Consultation Analysis Report contains a summary of the responses to the public consultation survey, Let’s Talk Condos.
More details on the proposed changes.
- Redford government looks to ease condominium disputes (September 30, 2013)
- (Video) Minister Bhullar’s remarks on dispute resolution (September 30, 2013)
- Redford government clarifies law to help bare land condo owners (May 10, 2013)
- Read the Statutes Amendment Act, 2013 (Bare land Amendment)
- Province’s condominium consultation ends this week (April 30, 2013)
- (Video) Minister Bhullar on why it is so important to have your say (April 5, 2013)
- Province extends condominium consultation (March 22, 2013)
- Albertans’ input sought to improve condominium living (February 13, 2013)