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Co-operative housing: Members’ rights and duties

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A housing co-operative provides housing to its members. As a member of a co-op, you have a say in decisions affecting your housing, and rights and duties under the law.

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  • This information applies to British Columbia, Canada
  • Reviewed for legal accuracy in February 2018
  • Time to read: 7 minutes

Reviewed for legal accuracy by

Silvano Todesco, Citadel Law Corporation

Silvano Todesco, Citadel Law Corporation

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