The (Non) Smoking Gun: What You Need to Enforce Strata Bylaws in Court

In the recent BC Supreme Court decision of Strata Plan NW 1815 v Aradi, 2016 BCSC 105, the Court clarified its authority to step in and enforce bylaws enacted by strata councils. The bylaw at the centre of this dispute between the strata corporation (the “Strata”), and the strata lot owner (the “Owner”) was one prohibiting smoking in individual strata units and around the common areas (the “Bylaw”).     Read the article………….


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