Some people may be exempt from licensing if they provide services within the authority of their profession (for example, lawyers, engineers, architects, accountants).
A person who is elected or appointed as an officer or director of a condominium corporation under the Condominium Act, 1998, including an officer or director who receives compensation pursuant to a by-law made under clause 56 (1) (d) of that Act, is not required to hold a licence unless the person is providing condominium management services for compensation or reward or the expectation of such.
If a director of a condominium board is receiving compensation for providing condominium management services, then that director must hold a Transitional General Licence or a General Licence. A Limited Licensee is not permitted to be employed directly by a condominium corporation. A person with a Limited Licence must be employed by a licensed condominium management provider business to provide condominium management services.
For a complete list of the exemptions, please see Section 2 of the General Regulation.
Also see the CMRAO’s resource: Do I Need a Licence? Interpreting the Definition of “Providing Condo Management Services.