‘It feels like a jail’: Surrey renters revolt over ‘heavy-handed’ strata fines, surveillance

Errol Povah has had enough.  For six years, Povah said he’s lived at Surrey’s d’Corize high rise without any issues — until the building managers issued him a $200 fine, which he described as “heavy-handed.”  The ticket was for leaving the parking garage before the security gate closed completely.  Normally, he says he tries to keep a close eye on the gate through his rear view mirror before driving away, but admits he may have been caught up in the everyday rush of life.     Read the article………….


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