Condo Smarts: Victoria residents’ holiday ruined by parties in unit

Dear Tony: Our strata experienced several parties over the holidays that were unbearable for the residents. One owner rented their unit out on a short-term basis and the renters hosted several open-house-type parties that resulted in security problems, damage to an entry door, unauthorized parking, and constant noise and disruptions.  We immediately contacted the owner when the problems started, with no success. At one point, the police had to be called to clear out a party at 4 a.m., when one of the visitors became aggressive with the neighbours.  How do we stop this from happening in our building?    Read the Q&A………….


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