Getting legal advice on stratas
Sometimes it is helpful to get legal advice on a strata issue. The provincial government does not provide legal advice.
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Learn more about options for getting legal advice:
Some lawyers specialize in strata-related issues. Lawyers who are knowledgeable about strata issues may advertise in or write articles for the publications and websites of strata associations.
The B.C. Lawyer Referral Service enables members of the public to consult with a lawyer for up to 30 minutes, on a single issue, at no charge.
This service enables the public to access lawyers practicing in the field of law required for a particular situation. Lawyers voluntarily join the service so not all lawyers in British Columbia are registered on the Lawyer Referral Service program.
After the consultation, the fees to be charged are strictly between the lawyer and the client. The lawyer is not obliged to accept the applicant’s case and the applicant is under no obligation to retain the lawyer.
Legal aid is provided by Legal Aid BC. While priority is given to people with low incomes, information is available on their website for everyone.
- Find it fast: a strata housing site map listing all strata housing pages.
- Disclaimer: information on this website is provided for the user’s convenience as a basic starting point; it is not a substitute for getting legal advice. Learn more about the website's purpose and limits.
- Content on the site is periodically reviewed and updated by the Province of British Columbia as per the date noted on each page: February 15, 2022.