Strata Corporations can issue fines when an owner breaches the bylaws. At $200 an occurrence and a further $200/week for an ongoing contravention, the fines can add up fairly quickly. In the case of the Owners, Strata Plan KAS 3162 v Staerkle, 2018 BCSC 1290, the fines were in excess of $50,000.00, and the Court ordered the owner to pay the fines. Continue reading “Strata Wins $54,000 in Fines Against Owner” »
Taeya has been practicing law since 2012, was called to the bar in 2013 and joined Sabey Rule LLP in January 2017. Taeya’s practice areas include wills, estate planning, estate administration, estate dispute resolution, and strata and condominium law. Prior to joining Sabey Rule, Taeya worked for a boutique strata law firm in Kelowna.
Taeya obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Okanagan College co-conferred by the University of British Columbia and her Juris Doctorate law degree from the University of Manitoba.
Notably, Taeya met with success at the BC Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal in the case of Terry v The Owners, Strata Plan NW 309, 2016 BCSC 237, and Terry v The Owners, Strata Plan NW 309, 2016 BCSC BCCA 449.