Renting in stratas

Last updated on March 23, 2023

When renting in stratas, tenants and landlords must follow the Strata Property Act and regulations and the strata’s bylaws and rules.

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In addition to the Strata Property Act and the strata corporation’s rules and bylaws, residential strata tenancies in British Columbia are also governed by the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) and other legislation. General information for renters and landlords can be found on the provincial government’s rental housing website (residential tenancies).

Short-term rentals are not subject to legislation governing residential tenancies. However local governments and strata corporations may have bylaws which regulate, limit or ban short-term rentals. Learn more about short-term rental strata bylaws.

Find it fast: a handy site map listing all the strata housing web-pages.

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: November 26, 2022.