BCLI Forms Strata Property Law Project Committee
November 27, 2013
BY British Columbia Law Institute
Vancouver, 27 November 2013—The British Columbia Law Institute has formed a new project committee to assist it in carrying out its Strata Property Law—Phase Two Project. “This project committee brings together a diverse range of experts in the strata-property field,” commented committee chair Patrick Williams, “to tackle some of the most pressing issues in strata-property law in British Columbia.”
The members of the project committee are:
Clark Wilson LLP
Real Estate Council of British Columbia
Cambrey Consulting Ltd.
Condominium Home Owners Association
BC Land Title and Survey Authority
Coldwell Banker Premier Realty
Alexander Holburn Beaudin Lang LLP
BC Ministry Responsible for Housing
City of Vancouver
Bayside Property Services Ltd.
Sabey Rule LLP
Lawson Lundell LLP
The committee will begin its work by examining the dissolution and winding up of stratas. From there, it will move on to consider other fundamental changes to stratas, and then selected issues relating to mixed-use and other complex stratas, leasehold stratas, common property, governance, insurance, and land titles.
The Strata Property Law—Phase Two Project is made possible by project funding from the Real Estate Foundation of BC, the Notary Foundation of BC, the BC Ministry Responsible for Housing, Strata Property Agents of BC, the Real Estate Council of BC, the Real Estate Institute of BC, the Association of BC Land Surveyors, and the Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association.
Backgrounders summarizing the issues taken up in the project and providing short biographies of committee members are available at the Strata Property Law – Phase Two project page.
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