Day six of the Competition Tribunal hearing between the Commissioner of Competition and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) continued in Ottawa Tuesday with former TREB CEO Don Richardson resuming his place on the stand.
Day five of the Competition Tribunal hearing between the Commissioner of Competition and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) opened in Ottawa Monday with Chief Justice Paul Crampton advising both sides that the two biggest questions for hearing panel concern substantiality.
The fourth and final day of the Toronto portion of the Competition Tribunal hearing between The Commissioner of Competition and The Toronto Real Estate Board finished with testimony from the only witness TREB introduced.
The long-awaited Competition Tribunal hearing, The Commissioner of Competition v. The Toronto Real Estate Board, was delayed on Monday after TREB’s lawyers asked the presiding judge to recuse himself from the proceedings.
The Competition Tribunal re-hearing of the Competition Bureau’s complaint against the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), originally scheduled for May, has been delayed. TREB was granted an adjournment until Sept. 21.
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