The owner of a North Vancouver townhome that was once converted into a hostel has now officially moved out.
Emily Yu was seen packing her belongings into the back of a van on Monday.
The order was the end result of a three-year legal battle between property owner Yu and her strata council.
Yu was placed under arrest in early November after reportedly refusing access to a bailiff, a realtor and a potential buyer.
She had been listing the three-bedroom unit as a hostel that could sleep 15 people through several online platforms, prompting numerous complaints from neighbours. Short-term rentals were allegedly in violation of strata bylaws.
She was found in contempt of court in 2018, and later ordered to pay about $95,000 to the province and more than $50,000 in fines and legal costs to the strata.
She had until the end of November to vacate her property.
Yu declined to speak with Global News.
-With files from John Hua