$1M property sale ends eviction for CMA renters

$1M property sale ends eviction for CMA renters

A $1 million property sale has ended the eviction of a CMA unit owner who was evicted from her apartment on St. George Street.

A hearing is scheduled in April for C.R. Bremner to vacate his property, which he bought in 2015.

The Bremners are seeking to remove the eviction notices and vacate the building.

The building is now owned by an unrelated company.

The owner has not been named, but he is known to have a long history of complaints about the building, which has two units, including one that is currently vacant.

“The tenant is trying to keep the building vacant, because there are so many tenants,” said lawyer Lisa Lai.

“I think they should be able to live in the building without any problems.”

The owners have been living there for the last six years, said Lai, who is representing Bremers lawyer.

“He has repeatedly complained about noise and he has complained about the mould.

He’s always been complaining about mould.”

The property has been on the market for months.

A previous tenant told CBC News he had a hard time finding a new tenant and had been evicted three times before.

“They’re living in the place they purchased it in, which is not a good thing,” he said.

A tenant of the Bremens said she is upset about the eviction and is looking to move out.

“It’s been a really difficult time for us.

I’m not sure if we can get out of here, because we’re not really happy with the situation here,” said tenant Michelle Kwan.

The tenants said they have been paying rent on the property for the past two years, and the owner was able to get a new apartment when the current tenant got evicted.

The unit was bought in January 2015 and was sold last year for $1,400 a month.

Breslin Properties Ltd.

has been the landlord of the property since 2015, and is responsible for the maintenance and maintenance of the building and other aspects of the rental properties.

The company has been paying a monthly maintenance bill of $2,000, and there are no signs of problems.

The landlord has had two other tenants living in that building, and they were evicted two years ago.

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