Effective April 2, 2019, a $200 late filing fee will be applied to all overdue returns.
To streamline the filing process, you cannot file a Notice of Change until you have filed your 2019-2020 annual return.
All condominium corporations are legally required to file returns with the CAO. Returns contain important information about the condominium corporation.
All condo corporations are legally required to file a notice of change with the CAO when information filed in a return has changed. Notices of change must be filed within 30 days of the change(s) and must indicate what changed and when the change(s) took effect.
Step 1: Create a CAO account and manage your condo corporation profiles
If you have been designated to file a condo return or notice of change on behalf of your condo corporation, ensure you have a CAO account and have the ability to “Act on Behalf of” the corporation.
Step 2: Review the CAO’s guide to filing
Step 3: Gather your information
Carefully gather and enter your corporation’s information before you file.
Note: The CAO is legally required to display most of the information filed in returns and notices of change on our Public Registry.
Step 4: File your return or notice of change
Once you’re ready, click on the button below to start filing:
Please note that you cannot file a Notice of Change for a corporation until you have filed its 2019-2020 annual return.
If you have questions or need assistance, please call the CAO at: