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    siavash meshkat

    Recently we purchased a house in Toronto with the intentions of future development , but after closing we discovered that the property has a heritage designation .The previous owner and real estate agent had full knowledge of the matter as there were applications made to the city for permits. Although our agent failed to notice ” heritage design ” on the mls listing we were not aware that the building had such designation and nothing was disclosed in schedule B. I just don’t know what my options are and as the onus is on the purchaser to have do diligence i feel that both cooperating agents as well as my lawyer failed to do there jobs properly . Any advise on how i should proceed would be greatly appreciated , thank you. (416)895 1627

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