This online survey is intended to provide a convenient way to respond to BCLI's Summary Consultation on Common Property, Land Titles, and Fundamental Changes for Stratas and make your views on reform of the Act known to BCLI's Strata Property Law Phase 2 Project Committee. The Summary Consultation is available at a link appearing on the project webpage at: https://www.bcli.org/project/strata-property-law-phase-two

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* 1. Name

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* 2. Organization

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* 3. Position

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* 4. Proposal (1). The Strata Property's Act's definition of "common property" should not be amended.

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* 5. Proposal (2). The Strata Property Act should provide that a strata plan that depicts the boundaries of strata lots as the exterior surface of a floor, wall, or ceiling, or as a point external to a building, must meet the same approval requirements for a bare-land strata plan.

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* 6. Proposal (3). The Strata Property Act should require a resolution passed by an 80-percent vote to authorize amending a strata plan to designate limited common property.

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