Whose Strata Lot Is It Anyway?

Whose Strata Lot Is It Anyway?
How do you respond when an attendee asks to vote for a strata lot at a general meeting and they are not an owner or a proxy holder?


How about when a non-owner insists that they can be elected to Council?  Increasingly, strata lots are represented by rental managers, powers of attorney, executors, tenants, and corporate representatives. These situations can be especially challenging when the general meeting is held electronically.

Elaine McCormack and Emily Sheard of Wilson McCormack Law Group will lead a discussion on the legal implications of each type of representation and the steps that can be taken to properly address these situations.


           Elaine T. McCormack, co-founder of Wilson McCormack Law Group, is an experienced barrister, solicitor, arbitrator and mediator. Her previous experience includes practicing as a general practitioner at a small law firm, being an entrepreneur running a boutique law firm, and as the head of the strata and dispute resolution departments at a large provincially based firm 


        Emily Sheard is an associate lawyer at Wilson McCormack Law Group, practicing primarily in the area of strata law. Her attention to detail was evident during her articles with the firm, and it now serves her well in her legal practice assistingstrata corporations and individuals, and while pursuing her other passions.


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2/10/2021 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Pacific Standard Time

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