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Interested ADRIA members are invited and encouraged to participate in a Government of Alberta (GOA) online public survey that is gathering input on a condominium dispute resolution tribunal. This survey is part of regulatory development work under the 2014 Condominium Property Amendment Act (CPAA).
In Canada, the provinces of Ontario, B.C., and Nova Scotia operate condominium tribunals. In Alberta, the only method available for resolving condominium-related disputes is through the court system. A dispute resolution authority will provide access to affordable and efficient dispute resolution for condominium issues while helping relieve the backlog in Alberta’s court system.
ADRIA has been consulted on this issue, by both the GOA and the condominium owners community. As part of its ADR advocacy efforts, ADRIA will be submitting written responses to the GOA in the weeks ahead. For ADRIA members that choose to participate in this survey, you may find that reading through the following points and ADRIA draft positions will assist you (although in no way are these views binding on any individual ADRIA member). You can also read theGOA Discussion Guide andSurvey questions in text form.
You can provide your feedback to the survey online by November 22, 2020.
If you have any questions about the survey or if you are unable to access it online, please contact project team by email at SA.firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also submit additional inputs through the same email address. If you have concerns about ADRIA's draft position statement, please contact the Executive Director at email@example.com
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