Plaintiff has been in default on the $600,000 mortgage from the outset

(Source: Vancouver Sun)

A Shaughnessy homeowner has lost her application for more time to try to sell her $2-million heritage home, which is in foreclosure.

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Elaine Adair, after listening to legal arguments from lawyers for the homeowner, Gail Hewitt, and the person holding the third mortgage, Robert Poloni, dismissed Hewitt’s application for a two-month extension to sell the home.

Hewitt had bought the home at 1518 Laurier in Vancouver for $1.56 million in 2007 and has been in default from the outset on the $600,000 mortgage held by Poloni, the court was told.

Read Neal Hall’s full article “Shaughnessy homeowner loses bid for more time to sell heritage house” in the Vancouver Sun (October 6, 2009).

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