The plan is to create a new body called the Condominium Authority, which will handle dispute resolutions between owners and neighbours or building owners without going to court.
The authority will be funded by a levy on condo developers and a monthly charge of $1 that will be paid by the province’s 1.3 million condo owners.
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Ontario condo owners will have a new way to resolve disputes as the province introduces new proposed legislation Wednesday.