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Privacy guidelines for strata corporations and strata agents
In British Columbia, strata corporations and strata agents acting on their behalf must adhere to the privacy rules contained in PIPA. These guidelines are intended to assist strata corporations and ... more
In British Columbia, strata corporations and strata agents acting on their behalf must adhere to the privacy rules contained in PIPA. These guidelines are intended to assist strata corporations and strata agents in discharging their duties under the Strata Property Act in a manner that respects the privacy of owners and promotes transparency in the operation of strata corporations.
Type: Guidance Document
Date: 6/22/2015 12:00:00 AM
PIPA and Strata Corporations: Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ is intended to accompany the Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents (https://www.oipc.bc.ca/guidance-documents/1455) to assist strata corporations and strata agents in ... more
This FAQ is intended to accompany the Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents (https://www.oipc.bc.ca/guidance-documents/1455) to assist strata corporations and strata agents in discharging their duties under the Strata Property Act (“SPA”) in a manner that respects the privacy of owners and tenants under the BC Personal Information Protection Act (“PIPA”).
Type: Guidance Document
Date: 6/22/2015 12:00:00 AM
Little Qualicum River Village Strata Corporation
The applicant made a request to the strata corporation for copies of correspondence complaining about her dog. The strata corporation refused to disclose the parts of the correspondence that ... more
The applicant made a request to the strata corporation for copies of correspondence complaining about her dog. The strata corporation refused to disclose the parts of the correspondence that identified other individuals. The adjudicator found that s. 23 of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) did not apply because the applicant’s request was not for access to her own personal ...
Type: Order
Date: 1/24/2019 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P19-01
Public Body: Little Qualicum River Village Strata Corporation
By: Elizabeth Barker
Shoal Point Strata Council
Residents of a strata condominium complained about aspects of the use of video surveillance in the building. Section 14 of PIPA permits the use of video surveillance on exterior doors and in the ... more
Residents of a strata condominium complained about aspects of the use of video surveillance in the building. Section 14 of PIPA permits the use of video surveillance on exterior doors and in the parkade for the purposes of preventing unauthorized entry, theft or the threat to personal safety or damage to property, but not for bylaw enforcement. Section 14 does not permit the use of video ...
Type: Order
Date: 12/2/2009 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P09-02
Public Body: Shoal Point Strata Council
By: Jay Fedorak
Privacy Commissioner’s Office Releases Strata Corporation Guidelines
B.C.’s Privacy Commissioner’s office today released ‘Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents’. These new guidelines support B.C.’s strata corporations in meeting their privacy ... more
B.C.’s Privacy Commissioner’s office today released ‘Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents’. These new guidelines support B.C.’s strata corporations in meeting their privacy obligations under the Personal Information Protection Act and the Strata Property Act.
Type: News Release
Date: 7/30/2009 12:00:00 AM
OIPC releases updated guidelines for strata corporations and agents
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner has released an updated version of Privacy Guidelines for Strata Corporations and Strata Agents.
Type: Announcement
Date: 6/22/2015 12:00:00 AM
Condo Owner Livid over NSF Cheque Disclosure
A condo owner was upset with her building’s property management company after her cheque for the monthly strata fees bounced when there was a delay in cashing it. Irritation turned to fury when she ... more
A condo owner was upset with her building’s property management company after her cheque for the monthly strata fees bounced when there was a delay in cashing it. Irritation turned to fury when she found out that the property manager had sent a copy of the NSF cheque to the strata corporation together with a detailed statement of her strata fee account from the property management company's ...
Type: Mediation Summary
Date: 4/11/2007 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P07-08-MS
Rich Material for PIPA Complaints in Heritage House Neighbours’ Feud
The residents of a heritage house that had been converted to four strata units so disliked one another that they constantly sought out novel ways to annoy each other and were embroiled in a variety ... more
The residents of a heritage house that had been converted to four strata units so disliked one another that they constantly sought out novel ways to annoy each other and were embroiled in a variety of lawsuits.
Type: Mediation Summary
Date: 7/12/2010 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P10-07-MS
A cautionary tale for sending group emails: when in doubt, mask addresses
A strata unit owner who got an email bulletin from the property management company regarding an alarm procedure complained to us that the company had used and disclosed their e-mail address without ... more
A strata unit owner who got an email bulletin from the property management company regarding an alarm procedure complained to us that the company had used and disclosed their e-mail address without their consent. The problem arose because the email showed the addresses of each recipient. The owner had provided their email address for the purpose of receiving strata bulletins to owners, but told ...
Type: Mediation Summary
Date: 3/9/2016 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P16-05-MS
Electronic Key Fob Tracks Condo Residents’ Entries
A condo unit owner complained that residents’ key fobs were designed to be electronically read every time the building was entered. The result was that the key fob information could reasonably ... more
A condo unit owner complained that residents’ key fobs were designed to be electronically read every time the building was entered. The result was that the key fob information could reasonably identify an individual in circumstances where there was only one resident occupying the unit associated with that fob. The building had instituted the key fobs (similar to electronic cards used by hotel ...
Type: Mediation Summary
Date: 8/11/2009 12:00:00 AM
Document #: P09-08-MS