Request a proposed condominium corporation number
Apply for a condominium corporation number from the Registrar of Condominiums if you’re a declarant (developer) and want to build a condominium.
Use the Request for Proposed Condominium Corporation Number Form to get a condominium corporation number and start the registration process for a condominium development.
Declarants (developers) who want to build a condominium corporation can apply.
How to apply
- Check with the municipality to ensure your development conforms with by-laws.
- Obtain all required municipal approvals.
- Complete the application form.
- Send your completed application by mail or email.
- The Registrar of Condominiums creates a file and assigns a proposed condominium corporation number. The Registrar of Condominiums also notifies the declarant (developer) of the proposed condominium corporation number.
- All future correspondence from the Registrar of Condominiums references the proposed condominium corporation number.
How long it takes
It should take 1 to 2 weeks to get your proposed condominium corporation number. It can take longer if more information is needed or if your application hasn’t been filled in correctly.
There is no cost to apply.
Before you start
Make sure you have the following information about your proposed condominium corporation development:
- name of proposed condominium
- name of lawyer
- name of the declarant (developer)
- Property Online property identification number (PID)
- whether the development is new or a conversion
- type of structure (for example, building or row house)
- class of units (for example, residential, commercial, parking, bare land, recreational)
- number of proposed units
- whether the development is phased
- estimated completion dates of first and last phases
- contact information for the lawyer and the declarant (developer)