Coquitlam strata corporation seeks dissolution under Bill 40

Owners in a 58-unit condominium development are petitioning the British Columbia Supreme Court (BCSC) to dissolve their Coquitlam strata corporation so it can be sold to Anthem Properties Group Ltd. for $32 million even though nine owners oppose the sale.  This is the second time that a strata corporation has petitioned BCSC to allow it to dissolve since Bill 40 became law on July 29, 2016.   Read the article………….


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