B.C. strata changes: Boomerang kids allowed in 55-plus strata buildings
Last November, the B.C. NDP banned all rental restriction bylaws in strata agreements — except for over-55 strata buildings.
As a result, hundreds of strata properties adopted the 55-plus age restriction.
On Monday, the government further tightened the Strata Property Act to ensure those agreements were inclusive.
Here is an overview of the act and its latest amendment:
• The Strata Property Act was created in 1998 and governs the lives of hundreds of thousands of residents that live in condominiums. Metro Vancouver has about 700,000 condo units, with the city of Vancouver having 150,000 of those.
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