Strata Repairs and Maintenance
The strata corporation must repair and maintain common property and common assets. Strata lot owners also have repair and maintenance responsibilities.
Learn more on this website about key repair and maintenance responsibilities:
- Handling emergencies
- Paying for repair and maintenance
- Obtaining a depreciation report including the legal requirements for depreciation reports, some practical considerations and tips on choosing a depreciation report provider
- Understanding the division of repair duties for the strata corporation, strata council, section, strata lot owners, the strata property manager and contractors or other staff
- Documenting repair and maintenance work
- Doing repair and maintenance work and what this means for the strata council and strata owners
Fulfilling repair and maintenance responsibilities also helps the strata corporation and strata lot owners to meet home warranty insurance requirements.
Help prevent premature aging of buildings and assets with careful maintenance and care in operation. Being proactive will help you get the best value for your money and avoid being surprised with unexpected costs.
The information on this website about strata housing 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 site’s purpose and limits. The content on this website is periodically reviewed and updated by the Province of British Columbia as per the date noted on each page: December 12, 2016.