Strata owners—not strata administrators—hold the power to pass bylaws and unanimous resolutions

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Pat Williams was successful at the BC Court of Appeal in the first bench interpretation of a Strata Property Act section that relates to owner democratic rights. The BCCA found in our favour that a strata administrator may not circumvent, via a court application, an individual owner’s voting rights. Owner consensus must be obtained before passing a bylaw or unanimous resolution. View the court summary.