BCLI Launches Phase One of Strata Property Law Project
16 March 2012
By Alison Taylor
Vancouver, 16 March 2012 — The British Columbia Law Institute is beginning phase one of a project on strata-property law.
“Strata properties are an important and dynamic part of British Columbia’s real-estate sector,” noted BCLI executive director Jim Emmerton. “With this project, the BCLI intends to begin a process to ensure that the next generation of the Strata Property Act keeps abreast of developments in the field.”
The goal of phase one is to identify, through research and consultation with a select group of strata-property experts, a group of long-range legal and policy issues. These issues would then form the basis of a potential phase-two law-reform project, which would begin sometime after phase 1 concludes in December 2012.
A backgrounder on the project is available here. For more information, click here for the project page.
The Strata Property Law Project—Phase One has been made possible by the generous support of the Notary Foundation of British Columbia.