A Compliance Certificate is issued by the Development Department and is verification that all buildings and/or structures (i.e. houses, decks, sheds, driveway extensions, fire pits, hot tubs, detached garages, retaining walls, etc.) located within a property, meet the setback regulations and restrictions of Beaumont’s Land Use Bylaw and that any required permits have been applied for, approved, and issued.
When is a Compliance Certificate needed?
A Compliance Certificate may be required for the purchase or sale of a home or for refinancing of an existing mortgage.
How do you obtain a Compliance Certificate?
A request for a Compliance Certificate may be submitted to the Development Department by the homeowner, the homeowner’s lawyer or realtor handing the sale of the property, or the bank providing financing. Requests may be made to the Development Department in writing or in person and must be accompanied by two (2) original Real Property Reports and payment of fees.