Alberta Government Disappoints Condo Owners

Alberta condo owners are disappointed in Minister of Service Alberta, Hon. Nate Glubish’s recent notice that a condominium dispute resolution tribunal will not be implemented until the Legislature has approved new legislation.

In 2014, the Condominium Property Act (CPA) received Royal assent and provided for the establishment of a dispute resolution tribunal.

While Minister Glubish has acknowledged the importance of a tribunal and is committed to working with stakeholders in its development, this initiative should have been given a much higher priority by the government. 
Solving disputes effectively is a high priority for all Alberta condominium stakeholders.

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