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Is Your Condo Counting Special Resolutions Properly? Bill 19: Changes to Voting Procedures
The predominant concern appears to be that the proposed legislative amendments will create confusion, not clarity, and that passing special resolutions will be made much more difficult and costly in terms of imposing additional administrative requirements. Many of these inquiries have also assumed that calculating the result of a special resolution vote is based on the total number of units in a condominium. As I will explain, this is incorrect.
Many Albertans Not Eligible for Utility Rebates
Many Alberta Condo Owners may find themselves ineligible for the Energy Affordability rebate program if their Condominium Corporations pay the utility bills
Condo owners launch petition pushing for a fix to Alberta’s electricity rebate program
Condo Owners Forum continues to advocate for the Government of Alberta to correct the current inequity and unfairness in the Energy Rebate program.
DOLLARS AND SENSE
Condominium corporations benefit greatly when board members have financial knowledge and follow common-sense financial management processes. Does your condo board include at least one person with financial experience, who can analyze and clearly communicate the condominium corporation’s current and forecast financial position to other board members and all owners?