Condo Smarts: Strata corporation can’t file bylaws that weren’t voted on

Dear Tony: Thank you for your column that acknowledged a strata corporation is not permitted to alter bylaws that have been approved by the owners for the purpose of filing in the Land Title Registry.  We are a new strata council and were given a set of “convenience” consolidated bylaws by our strata manager. We appreciate having the bylaws in one set, but when our recently approved bylaws were cross-referenced, we noticed they are not the same as what was filed in Land Titles.    Read the Q&A…………….


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