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Penticton shopping centre and the Bay embroiled in pandemic-related rent dispute

‘Bad Santa’ gifted new gigs after Okanagan mall firing The shopping centre claims it has delivered several notices of default to the Bay.According to the court petition, the store now owes $546,255 in rent.

The shopping centre also claims that the Bay owes thousands of dollars more in annual real estate taxes.The shopping centre says the Bay has now been served a notice of termination and demand for possession.“Since November 10, 2020, the tenant has been in wrongful possession of the premises and refused to vacate the premises,” Cherry Lane Shopping Centre says in its court petition.However, in a civil suit filed against its landlord, the Bay claims that the shopping centre is expected to provide a high-class environment that attracts a.

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