Comment 33699

By frank (registered) | Posted September 16, 2009 at 15:48:54

They apparently can't repossess until 4 years of tax "evasion". Three years of tax arrears after which they put a lien on the property which lasts for one year and if they haven't paid by the end of that year or come up with a payment plan, they can repossess the property. That's Ontario law, not Hamilton's and that's what Chad Collins told me when I asked him.

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