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Buying a house or condo
Condo owner protection

Neighbourhood commitment plays a role in condominium living.

Because condominiums have common elements shared by multiple owners, owning or selling a condominium can be complicated. This is why condominium developments are required to be incorporated and have an elected board of directors who are unit owners.
Buying a House or Condo | Condo Owner Protection - Consumer Protection Office

In 2015, Manitoba revised The Condominium Act, revising and amending related legislation including The Municipal Act and the City of Winnipeg Charter.

The legislation changes protect ever-increasing numbers of condominium buyers, owners and sellers, assuring that Manitoba condominium corporations are responsibly managed. Learn about Manitoba's condominium laws and regulations at http://www.gov.mb.ca/condo/index.html and CMHC Condominium Buyer's Guide http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/co/buho/cobugu/.

If you're interested in condominium living, it's good advice to get help from a real estate lawyer and a professional realtor.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact:

Consumer Protection Division
1203–155 Carlton Street
Winnipeg MB R3C 3H8
Email: registrar-general@gov.mb.ca
Website: www.manitoba.ca/condo
Telephone: 204–945-0300 in Winnipeg
Toll free: 1-866-Manitoba