Caution: you shouldn’t try to restrict the sale to a buyer who doesn’t meet your age restriction, and I doubt that you can legally ask for proof of age at that time since you are not a party to the transaction. The agreement of Purchase and Sale is between the buyer and seller and doesn’t involve the Condo Assoc.
You can and should however make it clear to both parties that the bylaw only restricts occupancy.
Perhaps a Lawyer can draft a PERMISSION TO OCCUPY form for such use. This ‘form’ would include acknowledgment by the Condo Association that satisfactory proof of age has been provided by the intended occupier.
My thoughts only.
Brian H on March 19 2018 at 09:31 AM