The Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services says it has incorporated feedback from the condo sector and public into recent changes to forms for notifying condo owners of meetings. The ministry took the opportunity to apply input on how to improve the forms when it revised the Preliminary Notice of Meeting of Owners and Notice of Meeting of Owners to capture new regulations around installing electric vehicle charging stations on condo properties, which came into force this month.
These forms are among a series of new mandatory forms that must be used to carry out certain activities in condo corporations under changes to Ontario’s condo laws. In their first iteration, the forms were criticized for being hard to understand, among other concerns.
The Status Certificate and Status Certificate in Amalgamation forms, dated March 23, 2018, have also been revised to capture the new regulations around installing electric vehicle charging stations on condo properties.
Both sets of updated forms, which can be found here, must be used from May 1 onward.