Condo Smarts: Sex offender has a right to live in strata

Dear Tony: No one in our strata has been prepared to talk about this issue, but we have found out we have a convicted sex offender living in our townhouse complex. Our strata is predominantly families and seniors.  We think the council knew six months ago and decided not to tell anyone, and now the rumours have started spreading and people in our complex are afraid.  We have two questions. As owners who live in our complex, do we have a right to know about the person, their history and the risks to our residents?  If there is an incident, does our strata council have any liability because it did not tell the owners?    Read the article…………..


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