An individual who holds a General Licence has obtained prior work experience and education as a condominium manager. Effectively a “full licence,” General Licensees can provide condominium management services without having any supervisory requirements.
- Have provided condominium management services for two or more years (2,920 hours)
- Have completed the educational requirements for a General Licence
- Can act as a supervising licensee (supervise a Limited Licensee)
- Can act as the principal condominium manager for a licensed condominium management provider company
An individual must hold either a Limited Licence or Transitional General Licence before they can apply for a General Licence.
Conditions of General Licence
A General Licensee cannot be employed by more than one licensed condominium management provider unless the licensee has obtained the consent, in the form or manner approved by the registrar, of all condominium management providers that employ the licensee.
A General Licensee may work directly for a condominium corporation without being employed by a condominium management provider, provided that they are employed by no more than three condominium management providers and do not work as an independent contractor.
For more information and to apply for a general licence, view the General Licence application instructions page.