BC Housing and Tenancy Law: Legal Updates - Full Panel (Oct 2019)

[1:18:59] Lawyers from TRAC, Atria Women's Resource Society, and CLAS discuss residential tenancy legislation and policy updates, and case law updates. For community workers and advocates. Topics include:

  • renovictions, demovictions
  • privacy issues in landlord-tenant relationships
  • tenancy in co-ops and non-profit housing
  • good faith requirement for landlords
  • Human Rights Code violations

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Credits: Presentations by Zuzana Modrovic, Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre (TRAC); Amber Prince, Atira Women's Resource Society; and Danielle Sabelli, Community Legal Assistance Society; with an introduction by Leanne Wood, Law Foundation of BC. Filmed and edited by Paul Donovan, Focus Audio Visual Services Ltd. Production and publication coordinated by Kate Murray, Bridget Greenwood, Baljinder Gill, Ella Droko, and Brian Goncalves, Legal Aid BC. Thumbnail design by Brian Goncalves and Caitlin Kuo, Legal Aid BC.

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