Common Property has always been owned by the Corporation and its maintenance was always paid for by fees collected. The problem was managing property NOT owned by the Corporation, property such as siding, windows, roofs etc. which are actually owned by the unit holder. Corporations in the 2012 decision were not allowed to collect fees for such maintenance until the 2013 Amendment Act. However they must pass bylaws defining which properties they manage but do not own, and for which they collect fees to maintain.
Bill D on March 09 2018 at 09:56 AM