Engagement status: Paused for red tape review
Ministry responsible: Service Alberta
The Condominium Property Amendment Act was passed in December 2014. Since then, we've been working to develop the regulations to bring more than 50 amendments into force.
Governance regulations – Paused for red tape review (summer 2019)
Stakeholders in the condominium sector have recently told us they are concerned that new condominium regulations scheduled to come into place this summer will cause a significant administrative burden.
These regulations were originally scheduled to come into effect on July 1, 2019.
However, we are pausing those regulations coming into force until we can review them, meet with stakeholders and determine if adjustments need to be made to strike the right balance without increasing red tape and administrative burdens. Those consultations will take place in the summer of 2019.
The new date for these regulations coming into force is January 1, 2020.
This pause supports government efforts to reduce red tape to ensure regulatory processes are necessary, effective, efficient and proportional to the outcomes they are trying to achieve.
Condo manager education and licensing - Under development
We are working closely with the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) on the creation of an education and licensing program for condo managers. For more information visit the RECA’s Condominium Manager Regulation Consultation page.
To provide feedback regarding amendments to the regulations, please contact the::
Condominium Project Team
For general questions about condominiums and the existing legislation, please contact the::
- Condominium regulations paused for red tape review (June 27, 2019)
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