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Condominium towers overlook the New Westminster Quay market along the Fraser River. New development in the city of 66,000 has affordability in its favour, as homes here are often $200 less per square foot than in Vancouver. (Hadani Ditmars/Hadani Ditmars)
Condominium towers overlook the New Westminster Quay market along the Fraser River. New development in the city of 66,000 has affordability in its favour, as homes here are often $200 less per square foot than in Vancouver. (Hadani Ditmars/Hadani Ditmars)

Poll: Was forcing a litigious condo owner to sell her unit too harsh? Add to ...

On Tuesday, a B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled that a dispute over a parking spot between a condo owner and the strata complex had gone far enough, ordering the owner to sell her unit or expect a visit from the RCMP. The complex had incurred more than $173,000 in legal fees and other costs, and the case had tied up resources thanks to numerous appeals and lawsuits.

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