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CAFCOR Forum – Owners Helping Owners. Our Forums offer a wealth of information accumulated in thousands of posts.  We encourage everyone who has a question or problems to discuss, to search the forums first.  There is a chance that your question was already answered.  Viewing threads also allows a better understanding of issues facing condominium owners.  To visit the Forums, please click HERE.

 
law.jpgThe High Price Of Condominium Arbitration.
A condominium is a community of people with common interests and the theory is that the community should try to resolve disputes by agreement rather than the adversarial process.  Mediation is seen as a “win-win” process which allows disputes to be resolved by a communication process leading to a common understanding of the needs of the condominium community. Read more...
 
Condo TowerOver 9,000 Condominiums in Ontario
In 2011 there were over 9,000 registered condominiums in Ontario, an increase from 8,788 in 2008.

For a breakdown (2009) based on location please click HERE .  The numbers were provided by the Ontario Government.
 
Canadian Alliance for Condominium Owners' Rights Print E-mail
As Provincial Governments do not enforce their own "condominium" laws, much less commit to a "central registry of Condominium Corporations", CAFCOR felt compelled to find out exactly how many Corporations there are in Ontario. A CAFCOR member spent an entire day and a half on the telephone with every single "Land Registry" and "Land Titles" Office in the Province. The result? As of February 7th, 2007, In Ontario alone there were 8,636 registered Condominium Corporations. .... 
The Canadian Alliance for Condominium Owners' Rights has been founded to ensure that unit Owners have a collective voice at the table. We are an organization of unit Owners dedicated to the service of all unit Owners. As of February 7th, 2007, In Ontario alone there were 8,636 registered Condominium Corporations.

ImageBeing the Owner of a condominium unit, you will be well aware of the need for changes to the current Legislation and Regulations in the areas of "access to records", "reserve funding and expenditures", "access by Owners to timely and affordable dispute resolution mechanisms", "use of proxies", "election and terms of directors", "accountability of Boards" and "enforcement of provisions of the Act" by the Ministry of Government Services (see "a Message from the Government of Ontario" above). As we are the Owners of our units and Corporations, it is very important that our concerns be included in any review of the Act by the government. The Administration of the Condominium Act is funded by our money, and our money only.

The Canadian Alliance for Condominium Owners' Rights has been founded to ensure that unit Owners have a collective voice at the table. We are an organization of unit Owners dedicated to the service of all unit Owners. The governments of Ontario and of other provinces will not take the concerns of Owners seriously unless we can demonstrate a concerted effort to come together in considerable numbers. It is to this end that we invite you to join us in our effort to bring effective and positive changes to the Acts of each Province and Territory in order to protect our Owner interests and investments. Please encourage the Owners in your Corporation to join as well and feel free to contact us anytime with your suggestions, comments, questions or concerns.

 

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