Email Registration for Owners

Brydges is very pleased to let you know that we have developed an email distribution program that will allow us to save your corporation time and money while improving our service to you. You will be able to receive various communications via email.

Simply fill in the form and hit send to register your email address. Please note that due to the sensitivity of some of the information that is sent out, only owners can register.

  • Giving notices and other documents

    285(1) http://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/statutes/2011/c03011f.php#A285 A notice or other document that is required or permitted to be given under this Act or a condominium corporation's declaration, by-laws or rules must be given in one of the following manners:

    (a) in the case of a notice or other document to be given to a unit owner,
    (i) by leaving it with the unit owner,
    (ii) by mailing it by ordinary mail to the address given to the corporation by the unit owner,
    (iii) by faxing it to a fax number given to the corporation by the unit owner, but only if he or she agrees in writing that notices may be given in this manner,
    (iv) by sending it by e-mail or other method of electronic communication that provides confirmation that it was sent, but only if he or she agrees in writing that notices may be given in this manner, or
    (v) by a prescribed manner;
    (b) in the case of a notice or other document to be given to a unit mortgagee,
    (i) by delivering it or mailing it by ordinary mail to the address provided by the unit mortgagee,
    (ii) by faxing it to a fax number provided by the unit mortgagee,
    (iii) by sending it by e-mail, or other method of electronic communication that provides confirmation that it was sent, to the address provided by the unit mortgagee, or
    (iv) by a prescribed manner;
    (c) in the case of a notice or other document to be given to a holder of a registered instrument other than a unit mortgagee,
    (i) by delivering it or mailing it by ordinary mail to the address for service set out in the registered instrument, or
    (ii) by a prescribed manner.