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According to the Strata Property Act, the strata corporation must have bylaws. The bylaws may provide for the control, management, maintenance, use and enjoyment of the strata lots, common property and common assets of the strata corporation and for the administration of the strata corporation.
According to the Strata Property Act, the strata corporation may make rules governing the use, safety and condition of the common property and common assets. If a rule conflicts with a bylaw of the strata corporation, the bylaw prevails.
Owners may also wish to read the BC Government’s Strata Property page for more useful information, where they can also view the Strata Property Act. Below is an list of useful pages and links from the BC Government’s Strata Property page.
- The strata Property Act and Regulations reference each other. You should therefore, consult both the Act and the Regulations to determine the complete requirements of the Legislation.
- The role of the Superintendent of Real Estate (at the Financial Institutions Commission) with respect to strata property
- The Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and its role in licensing strata property managers, including information on Working with a Strata Management Company
- Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents