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Will this cause you hardship if you cannot rent 6 months of the year?
The way the grandfathering provisions work is that they by-law will not apply to you until one year after a tenant who is occupying the strata lot at the time the bylaw is passed ceases to occupy it as a tenant or one year after the bylaw is passed.
So have this time to adjust what you need to do but the right to rent for six months cannot be grandfathered in.
However, you can make claim for hardship.
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You may be able to succeed by claiming hardship.
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