Special Notice of Change
What Changes or Corrections Must be Made Through a Special Notice of Change?
Any changes to:
- Land Registry Office registration date of the condo corporation
- Number of units or voting units of the corporation
- Unit information changes for phased condo corporations.
Once processed, these changes appear on the condo corporation’s profile in the public registry.
How Can I Access the Special Notice of Change Form?
Before filling out the SNOC form, you will first need save the form to your computer. To save the form to your computer, please follow these steps:
- Right-click on the “Special Notice of Change Form” button and click “save link as”.
- Save the form to your computer.
- Locate the form on your computer.
- Right-click on the file and select “Open With” and then select “Adobe Acrobat Reader”.
Special Notice of Change
Frequently Asked Questions
You may be required to pay additional fees if the registration date is earlier than initially reported. You will receive a credit in your next invoice if the opposite is true.
You may be required to pay additional fees if you are increasing the number of voting units through an updated invoice, which must be paid within 30 days.
If the opposite is true, you will be credited the difference in your subsequent invoices.
If your condo corporation was registered with the Land Registry Office on or before Sept. 1, 2017, you should enter that as the date.
If it was registered after, you can enter the date as shown in your declaration.
Reconciling requires that sequences of units be added in batches for each level. If you need to add a single unit to a phase, you must do so in a separate entry as shown below. If there is a break in the sequence, you must start a new entry as well.
Use the auto-calculated ‘Total Units on Level’ figures to reconcile your total number of voting units. You will be alerted to this through a message asking you to review the information if the totals do not match.
Example 1 – Schedule C:
“Boundaries of the residential units: Being units 10 to 19 inclusive on Level 1; Units 13, and 19-29 inclusive on Level 2; Units 30 to 55 inclusive, and unit 58 on Level 3; Units 27-51 inclusive on Level 4.”
The user added ten units to Level 1, one unit in Level 2 and a further 11 units to Level 2. Each of these entries had to be recorded separately. Two entries had to be entered for level two because unit 13 is not in sequence with units 19-29.
The completed table will look like this:
Example 2 – Schedule D:
The user looked at Schedule D to find a list of units and identified that units 9-20 needed to be added. Units 9 and 10 are voting units and 11 to 20 are parking units.
The completed tables in this case will look like this: