Woman evicted from Surrey RV park after long legal battle
A woman has lost a long court battle with a Surrey campsite and RV park that rested on whether she was a tenant or a camper.
The RV park, owned by Bedwell Bay Construction, has 200 sites and operates common areas, including a pool. It offers daily, weekly, monthly and long-term rates, and some RVs on the site have small decks attached and appear permanent.
Visitors also pay a variable resort fee that ranges from $15 to $40 a month.
The court heard that in May 2021, Ball refused to pay the resort fee because she believed it was a “disguised rent increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.” The next month, Bedwell gave her 48 hours to vacate the site, which she refused to do.