Charity settles class action lawsuit over tax receipts

January 30, 2013 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: News, Canadian Charity Law

The Hamilton Spectator in an article entitled “Redeemer settles $6-million lawsuit with families” is reporting that Redeemer University College has made a payout to settle a lawsuit over receipts it issued as part of a forgiveable loan program.

Here is the article:

Redeemer settles $6-million lawsuit with families
http://www.thespec.com/news/business/article/878373—redeemer-settles-6-million-lawsuit-with-families


Here is the statement of claim http://www.classactionlaw.ca/content/claims/Redeemer/Statement%20of%20Claim%20ISSUED%20March%2021%202011.pdf

Here is a page on Scarfone Hawkin’s website: http://www.classactionlaw.ca/content/claims/Redeemer/Redeemer.htm

 

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