Condo corporations that manage their own affairs do not need a licence, but a corporation that pays a director of their board to assist them in managing the condo corporation must ensure that this person is not providing condo management services (as defined in Do I Need a Licence? Interpreting the Definition of "Providing Condo Management Services"). If a director of a condo board is receiving compensation for providing condo management services, then that director would need to hold a Transitional General Licence or a General Licence. A person with a Limited Licence must be employed by a licensed condo management company to provide condo management services.
Some people may be exempt from licensing if they are providing services within the authority of their profession (for example, lawyers, engineers, architects, accountants). For information about those exempt from licensing, please see Section 2 of the General Regulation.