No. Strata bylaws are not enforceable to the extent that they: 1
- Contravene the Strata Property Act, regulations, the Human Rights Code or any other enactment of law;
- Destroys or modifies an implied easement created by section 69 of the Strata Property Act; or
- Prohibits or restricts the right of an owner to freely sell, lease, rent, mortgage or otherwise dispose of a strata lot or an interest in a strata lot.
A bylaw may only prohibition or restrict the right of an owner to sell, lease, rent or mortgage their property if: 2
- The specific rental restrictions are permitted under section 141 of the Strata Property Act;
- The bylaws govern but do not unreasonably restrict or prohibit sales related activities; or
- They restrict the age of persons who may reside in a strata lot.