Terms of Reference Guide for Condo Board Committees

Creating a successful board committee requires the development of a Terms of Reference (TOR) that clearly describes what is expected from the committee in terms of the purpose of the committee, what is in and out of scope for the committee, and the decision-making authority of the committee. A TOR for Board Committees should be approved as a corporate rule.

COF has drafted a Terms of Reference Guide for Alberta Condo Board Committees. This is one of a series of guidelines for Alberta condominium owners. We welcome your suggestions and feedback for future upgrades.

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