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The Strata Property Act Does Not Extend to First Nations Land

Blog by Ian Watt | December 10th, 2009

Vancouver Condo Real Estate Video Blog #462 - December 10, 2009

The Strata Property Act Does Not Extend to First Nations Land

Ian Watt video blogs about how the BC Strata Property Act Does Not Extend to First Nations Land and people who are buying condos in North Vancouver, Tsawwassen or any other region in the province should get an expert opinion on the differences in the strata corporations, bylaws and rules. If you want to voice your opinion or if you don't care for Ian's comments please email your feedback to ianwatt@ianwatt.ca and visit http://www.ianwatt.ca/RealEstateVideos for all the Ian Watt Real Estate Video Blogs.

Ian Watt: Hi Good Afternoon, It's Ian Watt in Downtown Vancouver. On this glorious December day. Now I don't know if its important to you if your looking at Downtown condos but the Strata Property Act covers pretty much every strata issue that we may have in British Columbia. The Strata Property Act is a provincial a that just much sure that no matter what you do. If you are a developer or a Strata owner or a Strata Corporation. It gives you all the guidelines of what you can and cannot do. The one thing that I just learn is that there are some properties in North Vancouver and in Tsawwassen as well that are all made of land. Now those condos on made of land are not part of the a provincial Strata Property Act. So you might wanna dig really deep into that one just to find out what it's all about and what are the variances between the Strata Property Act and what they have on their lands there. You might think you're just buying a regular condo but you might be in for a few surprises. My name is Ian Watt and if you have any questions. You can always email me at
ianwatt@ianwatt.ca. Thank you very much and have a great day!