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Hudson’s Bay in Coquitlam shuttered, landlord says it defaulted on rent

Penticton shopping centre and the Bay embroiled in pandemic-related rent dispute It goes on to say the department store has 30 days to dispute the default.In an emailed statement, Hudson’s Bay Company spokesperson Tiffany Bourré said the retailer was working with landlords across North America to “amicably and logically share the losses incurred during this ongoing pandemic.”“We believe that there are fair solutions to be had as we recover from this public health crisis.

In this instance, we are eager to reach a fair resolution, just as we have done with other landlord partners.”The company has been in a legal fight with several landlords across the country, after allegedly failing to pay rent for the past seven months.[ Sign up for our.

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