2 new lawsuits filed as questions around affordable B.C. home project debacle mount

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B.C. Housing has filed two new lawsuits this week against people accused of abusing an affordable home ownership program — even as the minister for the Crown agency insisted problems with the scheme were long fixed.

Both civil claims were filed in B.C. Supreme Court Tuesday against buyers who allegedly bought into Victoria’s 135-unit Vivid building through a real estate agent who is herself being sued for alleged violations of terms drawn up to ensure the cut-rate condos went to “qualified buyers.”

The newest claims bring the total number of lawsuits filed in relation to Vivid to 15.

And in an additional twist to the somewhat confusing math around

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