Selling the Entire Condominium – New Easier Process in British Columbia

In a prior post, we blogged about a 21-unit residential condominium in British Columbia where all of the unit owners agreed to dissolve the condominium corporation and sell the entire condominium to a developer. At that time, the law in British Columbia required the approval of all of the unit owners for this to happen. Not surprisingly, it was often difficult to get 100% approval and one dissenting unit owner could block the wishes of all other owners.    Read the article……………


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