“As Notaries, we can help you find the answers to your questions so you can make an informed decision on whether or not a particular strata property is right for you,” Eastwood says.
The Summer 2013 edition of BC Notaries’ quarterly publication, The Scrivener, focuses on strata properties and contains a wealth of information for potential buyers and related professionals on strata ownership, governance and control, strata councils, fees, insurance and other related and important topics.
The Society of Notaries Public of BC represents more than 320 highly trained Notary professionals. Most have locally owned and operated offices and all provide personal assistance to clients around the province. Individuals, families, and businesses seek the services of BC Notaries for a wide range of non-contentious legal matters, including residential and commercial real estate transfers, mortgage refinancing, Wills and advanced healthcare planning, powers of attorney, and other important documents.
The Notary’s Tradition of Trust spans 2000 years. Notaries first came to British Columbia over 100 years ago. They continue to serve their valued clients and their communities across the province.
Editors: Local Notaries are available in many areas of BC to talk about strata properties and what potential buyers should know and consider to ensure maximum enjoyment of their new home.