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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:32 am
 


Title: Wife of Chinese multimillionaire sues over $200,000 fine for not living in $20M Vancouver mansion
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Posted By: Robair
Date: 2019-07-10 07:10:04
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:33 am
 


https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/asia/van ... index.html

Staggering entitlement as well! Leave that money in China, see how well it serves you.


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Welcome to Fraudcouver! :roll:


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" In a petition filed last month to the Supreme Court of British Columbia, her legal team argued that the lot was being prepared for renovations pending the city issuing redevelopment permits."

Is this a valid reason not to pay the fine? Should be easy to prove just pull the records and see what date the permits were filed.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:36 pm
 


DrCaleb wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/asia/vancouver-tax-china-he-yiju-intl-hnk/index.html

Staggering entitlement as well! Leave that money in China, see how well it serves you.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:51 pm
 


stratos wrote:
" In a petition filed last month to the Supreme Court of British Columbia, her legal team argued that the lot was being prepared for renovations pending the city issuing redevelopment permits."

Is this a valid reason not to pay the fine? Should be easy to prove just pull the records and see what date the permits were filed.


This.

If the permit application was filed then she's right. If not then make her pay!!! :rock:


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Bitch can drown in her crocodile tears.


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No problem. If the Chinese gov't stops picking on Canada and embarrassing the Liberal party before the next election I'm positive that women like this who, likely have very strong ties to the Chinese Communist gov't won't be harassed for long by ignorant, petty Gweilo bureaucrats who just don't understand just who they're dealing with. :roll:

Relief for her is just one phone call away. [B-o]


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BartSimpson wrote:
stratos wrote:
" In a petition filed last month to the Supreme Court of British Columbia, her legal team argued that the lot was being prepared for renovations pending the city issuing redevelopment permits."

Is this a valid reason not to pay the fine? Should be easy to prove just pull the records and see what date the permits were filed.


This.

If the permit application was filed then she's right. If not then make her pay!!! :rock:


Depends on when the permit was filed. If the property has never been occupied since purchase, and the permit was only requested after the legislation was enacted . . . if the delay doesn't seem reasonable (years, vs weeks) then absolutely they should have to comply with the legislation.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:50 am
 


DrCaleb wrote:
BartSimpson wrote:
stratos wrote:
" In a petition filed last month to the Supreme Court of British Columbia, her legal team argued that the lot was being prepared for renovations pending the city issuing redevelopment permits."

Is this a valid reason not to pay the fine? Should be easy to prove just pull the records and see what date the permits were filed.


This.

If the permit application was filed then she's right. If not then make her pay!!! :rock:


Depends on when the permit was filed. If the property has never been occupied since purchase, and the permit was only requested after the legislation was enacted . . . if the delay doesn't seem reasonable (years, vs weeks) then absolutely they should have to comply with the legislation.



My thinking exactly. Just didn't know if that was part of an exemption to the law. Will be interesting to see how this plays out. As someone else stated China has been messing with Canada so time to fight back it seems.


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stratos wrote:
DrCaleb wrote:
BartSimpson wrote:
This.

If the permit application was filed then she's right. If not then make her pay!!! :rock:


Depends on when the permit was filed. If the property has never been occupied since purchase, and the permit was only requested after the legislation was enacted . . . if the delay doesn't seem reasonable (years, vs weeks) then absolutely they should have to comply with the legislation.



My thinking exactly. Just didn't know if that was part of an exemption to the law. Will be interesting to see how this plays out. As someone else stated China has been messing with Canada so time to fight back it seems.


I think it could be argued that they bought the property, and immediately started renovations before moving in, and therefore the vacancy tax doesn't apply. Unless there was a long gap before they filed for reno permits after buying the place.

And like we've seen before, we don't 'fight back' to political pressure. Nobody wins with that. But fighting real estate market speculation with punitive taxes in order to provide a market that citizens can afford to live in, that's different. No market should have $2.3M crack houses, because Chinese businessmen don't trust their own government; and University students buying a multimillion dollar property is a pretty obvious end run around those trust issues.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:20 am
 


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No market should have $2.3M crack houses


But dang it those crack heads deserve a luxurious home to get stoned in and destroy their minds. These people are just providing a nice safe place to do it in. :roll:


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