VANCOUVER, B.C. – June 1, 2018 – Associa British Columbia will be hosting its “Condo 101” educational seminar from 9:00am - 4:00pm on Saturday, June 9, 2018.
The workshop will provide information on Strata council’s duties, obligations, and procedures. Specific topics will include legal elements of Stratas, special responsibilities of Stratas as well as Strata administration, finance, insurance, and procedures for corporation meetings.
The event will host legal experts including Phil Dougan with Access Law Group, Lisa Frey with Gowlings WLG LLP, and Alex Chang and Sat Harwood with Lesperance Mendes Lawyers.
“Associa British Columbia is dedicated to the continued education of our clients as well as anyone living in Stratas,” stated Berit Hansen, Associa BC president. “Our top priority in hosting these events is to provide as much information as possible so our communities can be successful and thrive.”
To register for the event, please contact Laszlo Antal at email@example.com and include your Strata plan number and/or name of your Strata. Seats are limited to the first eighty registered and non-Associa clients are welcome.
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