Government of Alberta News Release – Changing Condo Laws to Save Albertans Time, Money

Alberta’s government is proposing changes to increase the efficiency and fairness of condominium laws

Proposed amendments to the Condominium Property Act would strengthen the self-governance of condominiums, reduce financial risk for owners and corporations, and increase clarity for volunteer boards.


“Condominium corporations have been telling us for a long time that the Condominium Property Act needs more flexibility, and we are listening. These common-sense changes will bring significant improvements to self-governance and financial protection for condominium owners, and are more reflective of the realities of everyday life.”

Nate Glubish, Minister of Service Alberta

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