Condominium developers and boards of established condominium corporations use Form 9 to appoint or change a registered agent on behalf of the condominium corporation.
Architects use Form 20 to certify that the condominium buildings have been built in accordance with the architectural plans.
Engineers use Form 21 to certify that the condominium buildings have been built substantially based on the structural plans.
Boards of directors of condominium corporations use Form 28 to notify members of the corporation of proposed rule changes.
Form 15A is part of the condominium registration process. Condominium declarants (developers) use the form to submit the by-laws of the proposed condominium corporation to the Registrar of Condominiums.
Condominium corporations use Form 25 to notify the unit owner and the occupant (tenant) of a breach of rules.
Apply for a condominium corporation number from the Registrar of Condominiums if you’re a declarant (developer) and want to build a condominium.
Condominium corporations use Form 15 to submit revised by-laws to the Registrar of Condominiums.
Condominium corporations need to keep their list of board members up to date with the Registrar of Condominiums.
Apply to appeal a decision made by a condominium dispute officer about a dispute between a condominium corporation and a unit owner.
Apply to have a dispute between a condominium owner and a condominium corporation heard by a condominium dispute officer.
Apply to request arbitration for disputes between condominium corporations and unit owners that can’t be resolved by a condominium dispute officer.