Strata bylaws info session

  • May. 19, 2015 8:00 a.m.

 

To help enlighten the many strata owners in the area, the non-profit Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association (VISOA) will present the seminar “Strata Bylaws Explained,” on Sunday, May 24 in Courtenay.

Often, stratas try to save the expense of hiring a lawyer when writing or amending bylaws, but it is a small investment that could prevent a lengthy and costly legal battle in the future.

Justin  Hanson,  a highly regarded strata lawyer practising on Vancouver Island, will clear up some of the most common questions.

The seminar will also include a Q&A session, and a mini trade show of local strata suppliers.

The seminar runs from 1 to 4 p.m. on May 24 at the Crown Isle Resort. Attendees are encouraged to pre-register by May 20.

To pre-register, email seminars@visoa.bc.ca or call 1-855-388-4762.  Admission is free for VISOA members who pre-register or $10 at the door.

 

Just Posted

Last Simms Park concert of the season to double as a food bank fundraiser

Bring a donation for the food bank to the My Generation concert, Sunday, Aug. 25

City of Courtenay adds pickleball courts Martin Park lacrosse box

Lacrosse, pickleball, and recreational ball hockey players in the Comox Valley can… Continue reading

Stage 3 water restrictions in the Comox Valley beginning September 3

Restrictions in effect until Sept. 27 for BC Hydro scheduled maintenance

Fanny Bay Challenge asks visitors to support businesses during highway closure

Community rallies as part of Highway 19A closes for six weeks due to culvert project

Ethnic media aim to help maintain boost in voting by new Canadians

Statistics Canada says new Canadians made up about one-fifth of the voting population in 2016

Opinions vary about single-use plastics

Local governments in the Comox Valley are enacting bylaws to regulate single-use… Continue reading

BC SPCA overwhelmed with cats, kittens needing homes

Large number of cruelty investigations, plus normal ‘kitten season’ to blame

Wife charged in husband’s death in Sechelt

Karin Fischer has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of her husband, Max

B.C. Hydro applies for rare cut in electricity rates next year

Province wrote off $1.1 billion debt to help reverse rate increase

Retired Vancouver Island teacher ‘Set for Life’ after $675K lottery win

Patrick Shannon plans to buy new sails for his sailboat

Speculation tax forces sale of Greater Victoria’s iconic ‘Tulip House’

Bob and Jan Fleming selling their retirement home famous for its thousands of tulips

New police force in Surrey must avoid VPD, RCMP errors made in Pickton case: Oppal

Boots are scheduled to be on the ground by spring 2021

Most Read