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No. It is an auction, a process in which one must make a bid. The property is sold to the highest and last bidder.
No. It is the lowest amount that the property can be purchase at.
A map sheet from the Registry of Lands can be obtained to locate the property. You can also contact the Sheriff’s Office for further assistance. You can obtain additional information by contacting us through the form on the property page you were interested in.
You would need to walk with a valid picture ID and the deposit amount in the form of a manager’s cheque or banker’s cheque on the day of the Judicial Sale.
In the parking area of the old High Court building located on Peynier Street. The parking area can be accessed on Laborie Street.