Condo purchasers in central Edmonton who feel stuck after building construction delays are calling for legislation to hold developers accountable.
"I think there should be some sort of legislation moving forward," said 25-year-old Brennan Belliveau, who in late 2014 put a $60,000 down payment on a unit in a downtown highrise that has not yet been built.
"There should be some sort of opt-out date where if the project isn't done by that date, then you should have the ability to opt out of that contract. It needs to be a fair agreement."
Belliveau had hoped to live in the proposed Jasper House development on 106th Street, just north of Jasper Avenue.
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