Real Estate Watchdog Appointed by B.C. Government


In an unprecedented move, the B.C. government is bringing in a new office to help regulate the red-hot real estate market in the province.

Michael Noseworthy has been appointed the new “superintendent of real estate.” The province is billing Noseworthy as an experienced regulator and public sector leader, having recently served as a senior government regulator for Yukon, where he worked as the province’s director of residential tenancies and employment standards.

Noseworthy has worked as a lawyer in private practice in Newfoundland and Labrador prior to his work with the Government of Yukon, in a practice that included real estate law and administrative law. He received both his law degree and a bachelor of arts in political science from Dalhousie University.

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Talmazan, Yuliya – Global News – September 19, 2016.

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