New dispute resolution available for strata tenants and owners (BC)

Resolving strata property disputes used to involve a lengthy legal process that took up to three years and cost tenants and owners upwards of $30,000.  But not any more.  The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) is an online portal that opened up in August, where tenants can apply to resolve rental disputes in strata buildings.  Representatives from the Condominium Home Owners Association of BC (CHOA) will be in Dawson Creek Sept. 22 to explain how it works.    Read the article………….


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