Vote signals first condo wind-up approval under new law (BC)

Owners of a Vancouver condominium complex have became the first in B.C.’s history to successfully vote to dissolve their strata corporation and sell their building to a developer without obtaining unanimous support.  On December 12, more than 20 owners voted in excess of the necessary 80% threshold to accept an offer to buy their building, according to Condominium Home Owners Association of BC president Tony Gioventu and Clark Wilson partner Darren Donnelly, who were both at the meeting.   Read the article………….


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