Strata must disclose tribunal proceedings on information certificates (BC)

Dear Tony: We put an offer in on a condo two weeks ago and requested a Form B Information Certificate.  The strata we are looking at was built in 2008, and has a rental bylaw that limits the number of rentals to 10 at any time, but the Form B shows there are 17 units currently rented out. Does this mean the strata corporation is not enforcing its rental bylaw?  We are interested in the building as a retirement option, but would probably want to rent our unit for the next two years. We also noticed the form does not indicate any claims that relate the Civil Resolution Tribunal, but we have been told by the seller there is an owner who has commenced a claim.  It appears the form is not current. Does this make the form void?    Read the Q&A………….


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