This engagement is now closed.
It ran from 2018-11-27 to 2019-03-01.
Check below for where to find results.
The Condominium Act, 2015 was passed by the Yukon Legislature in May 2015. Like the Land Titles Act, 2015, it was developed with the participation of representatives from First Nation governments, real estate lawyers, surveyors, the business community, condominium owners, the federal surveyor general’s branch and the Government of Yukon. Public consultation made a major contribution to the Act and strengthened its consumer protection components.
The Government of Yukon, in continued partnership with the Land Titles Stakeholder Advisory Committee and the Drafting Advisory Group, is now preparing draft regulations to accompany the Condominium Act, 2015. We sought Yukoners’ input on the proposed provisions in respect of:
- Governance, reserve funds and general matters
- Phased condominiums
- Leasehold condominiums
- Bare land condominiums
- Condominium conversions
- Mixed-use condominiums
Read the Guide for Condominium Owners and Buyers for a general overview of the proposed provisions to be included in the regulations.
The Government of Yukon has also released the draft regulations
Your input will help confirm the Government of Yukon has proposed regulations that clearly outline the rights and responsibilities of developers, condominium corporations and unit owners so that condominiums are appropriately financed and operated in Yukon.
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