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Notices of Change

What is a Notice of Change?

Under section 9.3 (1) of the Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Condo Act”), all condominium corporations are legally required to file a notice of change (NOC) with the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) when certain information filed in a condo return has changed or needs to be corrected. The requirement to file NOCs is set out in Ontario Regulation 377/17.

When filing a NOC, condo corporations will indicate what information has changed or is being corrected, and if required, when the change(s) took effect. NOCs must be filed online, using the CAO’s user-friendly filing system. If you have questions, please refer to the CAO’s helpful filing guide which can be accessed through the link below:

When to file a Notice of Change

For a list of what kind of changes trigger the requirement for a NOC to be filed, please refer to our overview below:

Please note that NOCs can also be filed to correct most information provided in a prior condo return.

The Mandatory Questions

There are several mandatory questions that must be answered at the bottom of the NOC form. If you need assistance in answering these questions. please consult the NOC materials below.

Special Notice of Change

You must fill out a SNOC form to change or correct certain information previously filed such as the number of units or voting units, adding phases for a phased condo corporation, or correcting the LRO date (the date that the condo corporation was registered at the Land Registry Office).

For more information and to access the SNOC form and overview, click here:

Notices of Change

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If you have questions, please contact the CAO if you have questions or need assistance by clicking here.

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