Ontario minister says help is on the way for homeowners stuck with 'fraudulent' liens

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The Ontario government is proposing legislation that could save homeowners, who say they’ve been victimized by questionable liens on their homes, by retroactively banning the use of the tool.

The legislation will be introduced sometime between now and June 13, according to Public and Business Service Delivery Minister Todd McCarthy. 

It will retroactively ban notices of security interest (NOSIs), he said. 

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