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We gathered input from Albertans to help us build an effective and affordable system to resolve disputes between condominium owners, managers, boards and corporations.
To develop a fair condominium dispute resolution tribunal without unnecessary red tape, the engagement explored the following topics:
- tribunal funding, including yearly contributions from owners and user fees
- resolution processes
- public disclosure of decisions
Under the current system, backlogs in Alberta courts, court system complexity and a lack of affordable dispute resolution processes prevent the condominium community from efficiently accessing justice.
Previous consultations identified the need to create a tribunal – an overseeing body that would hear disputes and help resolve them through negotiation, mediation or adjudication (judgement).
October 6 to November 22, 2020
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Service Alberta
Albertans shared feedback through an online survey from October 6 to November 22, 2020.
Thank you for your input. We are currently reviewing feedback.
Stakeholders met with government officials in the fall of 2020.
Your input will help inform the development of a tribunal that will provide timely, effective and affordable dispute resolution services for condominium organizations and owners in Alberta.
The Condominium Property Amendment Act was passed in 2014. Since then, government engaged with condominium owners, boards and corporations to develop regulations and implement more than 50 amendments. The condominium dispute resolution tribunal is the final action item.
- Listening to Albertans about condo dispute resolution (October 6, 2020)
Last updated: November 26, 2020