How-to guides and letter templates

The following guides and templates can help you if you have an issue with a neighbour, condo manager or board of directors.

How to prepare for a conversation with your neighbour

Talking about issues in your condo community can be stressful. There are steps that you can take to prepare for having a productive and positive discussion. Download the template below to help you prepare.

Learn how to positively address an issue with a neighbour
Download the Preparing for a Conversation with a Neighbour template (Word Doc – 14.9 KB)
Read about common neighbour-to-neighbour issues

Request a record

Your first attempt to get access to records should be a clear, written letter to your condo manager or condo board, asking for access to, or copies of, the records you would like. You must give your condo corporation reasonable notice of your request. The corporation may need a few days to prepare the material and remove any information that should not be shared.

Download a letter template to request records (Word Doc – 23.2 KB)
Read about common issues with records

Write to your board or manager

If you have already expressed a concern to the condo manager or board, you may wish to follow up in writing. You should keep a copy of the letter or email that you send and make note of the day that you sent it.

Download a letter template to your board or manager (Word Doc – 24.3 KB)
Download an email template to your board or manager (Word Doc – 12.3 KB)
Read about common issues with condominium living