Noseworthy appointed to regulate B.C.’s real estate market
The Government of British Columbia has recently announced
the creation of a new office to regulate its real estate market, with Michael Noseworthy (BA’05, LLB’08) at its helm.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Schulich School of Law graduate has been appointed B.C.’s “superintendent of real estate.” He will begin his new role on October 19.
Noseworthy comes to the position after serving as the director of residential tenancies and employment standards for the Government of Yukon. He has also practiced real estate and administrative law in Newfoundland and Labrador.
“I look forward to drawing upon my experiences as both a regulator and a lawyer with experience in real estate and administrative law to serve the interests of British Columbia’s real estate consumers by working swiftly to implement the reforms initiated by the government,” Noseworthy expressed in a recent press release.
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