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Also: No merit? No problem! Eviction order stayed during bogus appeal; Filmmaker and sales rep Carl Laudan; Re/Max Volunteer Day
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In this issue:

  • HomeLife partners with Sears for client discounts
  • No merit? No problem! Eviction order stayed during bogus appeal
  • Carl Laudan: Real estate sales rep and filmmaker
  • Re/Max Volunteer Day helps local communities in Western Canada

HomeLife partners with Sears for client discounts


HomeLife Realty Services and Sears Canada have entered into a partnership that will allow HomeLife’s agents to provide buyers and sellers with major discounts on appliance packages, as well as Sears gift cards.

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No merit? No problem! Eviction order stayed during bogus appeal


It is hard to determine which part of this case is the most outrageous; the fact that the tenant was permitted to appeal a consent order and obtain a stay of the eviction order in the interim, or the fact that the tenant’s appeal was permitted to proceed when the notice of appeal was so flagrantly devoid of merit.

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Carl Laudan: Real estate sales rep and filmmaker


You might think that the real estate and film businesses have nothing in common, but according to Carl Laudan you’d be wrong. He should know – besides being a real estate sales representative, he’s an independent filmmaker with many projects to his credit. 

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Re/Max Volunteer Day helps local communities in Western Canada


Volunteer Day started with Re/Max agents in the Lower Mainland and has spread to several other cities throughout Western Canada.

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