Condo Smarts: ‘Abandoned’ elderly parents create problems for stratas

Dear Tony: We have an owner in our building who should never have been moved into a condo. There have been a number of fires in her suite, she is constantly giving strangers keys to our buildings, and her personal safety is always a problem. We have two residents that reach out to her every day to make sure she is safe, has a good meal for dinner, and is taking her medication. How does a strata council deal with families who buy a condo to simply house an elderly parent to avoid the costs of care facilities?    Read the Q&A………….


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