9.3 ● Boarding, Lodging and Rooming

A building that does not exceed 3 storeys in height, with an area of 600mor less, with accommodations for more than four where the rooms do not have both bathroom and kitchen facilities is considered a boarding, lodging or rooming house and require a retrofit provided there is remuneration paid to the owner for the services.  The occupants must not require care or treatment because of age, mental or physical limitations.

A building regulated by the Homes for Special Care Act, not exceeding 3 storeys, with an area of 600mor less with accommodations for more than three but not more than ten where  the residents do not require nursing care is also considered a boarding, lodging or rooming house and requires a retrofit.