Owning a condominium

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Owning a condominium isn’t the same as owning a house. In many ways, it’s more complex. Learn the legal framework involved, and common questions for those who own a condo.

What you should know

Common questions

Who can help

  • This information applies to British Columbia, Canada
  • Reviewed for legal accuracy in July 2018
  • Time to read: 11 minutes

Reviewed for legal accuracy by

Lisa Frey, Lawson Lundell LLP and Taeya Fitzpatrick, Doak Shirreff Lawyers LLP

Lisa Frey, Lawson Lundell LLP
Taeya Fitzpatrick, Doak Shirreff Lawyers LLP

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This information from People’s Law School explains in a general way the law that applies in British Columbia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. See our disclaimer.


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Dial-A-Law has more information on Condos in the section on Home & neighbours.

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