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Civil Resolution Tribunal Updates

Lisa Frey
Publication date:
May 16, 2019
Article Summary: 

The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) updates include two cases involving strata corporations in British Columbia. In one case, a dispute arose between two unit owners in a duplex strata corporation over the installation of wiring on the building's exterior. The CRT dismissed the claim as it was improperly brought on behalf of the strata corporation, and the issues were deemed too complex for the tribunal to resolve. In another case, the strata attempted to charge a tenant for elevator repair costs caused by broken glass. The CRT ruled in favor of the tenant, stating that the strata's bylaws did not explicitly allow them to charge tenants for this type of damage.


Civil Resolution Tribunal, CRT Updates, Strata Property Act, Duplex Strata Corporation, Dispute Resolution, Chargeback Bylaw, Common Property Damage, Unit Owners, Tenant Liability, Elevator Repair Costs.

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Lisa Frey
Civil Resolution Tribunal Updates
May 16, 2019
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