Key Ruling On Expropriation

Prices on property listings are not the last word on true value, the British Columbia Court of Appeals ruled yesterday. The Court found one municipality, North Vancouver, lowballed an expropriation offer by 45 percent after arguing the property went unsold at a listed price: “Owners not infrequently list a property for sale at an attractively low asking price to prompt a bidding war.”

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