Transitional General Licence
Like General Licensees, Transitional General Licensees can provide condominium management services without being subject to supervisory requirements.
Transitional General Licensees:
- have provided condominium management services for two or more years (2,920 hours)
- can act as a supervising licensee (supervise a Limited Licensee)
- can act as the principal condominium manager for a licensed condominium management provider company
When the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015, came into effect on November 1, 2017, individuals who met specific requirements qualified for a Transitional General Licence. This provided a licensing path for experienced condominium managers during the transition to mandatory licensing. In addition to all other requirements, these individuals had:
- provided condominium management services within the one year prior to November 1, 2017
- provided condominium management services for two or more years within the five years prior to November 1, 2017
- not met the education requirements for a General Licence
Transitional General Licences are time limited. The last day to apply for a Transitional General Licence was March 30, 2018. Transitional General Licences will expire on June 30, 2022.
Conditions of Transitional General Licence
A Transitional 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 Transitional General Licensee may work directly for a condominium corporation without being employed by a condominium management provider, but only if they are employed by no more than three condominium management providers and do not work as an independent contractor.