Canada’s top court declines to hear Toronto realtor case appeal
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Canada’s top court said it won’t hear an appeal of a case on whether Toronto’s main realtor group must give wider access to their historical price data.
The Ottawa-based Supreme Court published the decision on its website Thursday.
The Toronto Real Estate Board blocks its 35,000 members from publishing sale prices on their internal websites, according to a summary of the case from the court’s website, a policy challenged by the federal Competition Commissioner.
The realtor group won its first case at a tribunal before a federal appeals court ordered a second hearing. TREB then asked the Supreme Court to review the case. Bloomberg.com