Brian H. I agree with your comments. Especially about the legality of asking for proof of age. And as far as I interpret the Condominium Act someone under the age limit stated in various condo by-laws does not prevent a party who doesn’t meet that age limit from buying the condo, they just can’t live in it unless they meet the requirements of the by-law. For example, a person under the age limit of, lets say 55, may buy the condo for his/her parents, who are over 55, and then may live in the condo with them if the bylaws allow that a child over a certain age is allowed to live with a parent who has attained the age of 55 or over.
But it is a good question, because how do you enforce the age limit, when a unit is bought and rented out, if it’s not legal to ask for proof of age?
Bob S on March 19 2018 at 11:31 AM