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A Mississauga businesswoman whose home was ordered seized to pay an Ontario Human Rights Tribunal award to a former employee can keep her house — for now.

The Superior Court struck down the "fatally flawed" decision as so unfair to defendant Maxcine Telfer — who represented herself in the hearing — that it was "simply not possible to logically follow the pathway taken by the adjudicator."

That October 2009 decision ordered Telfer to pay $36,000 to a woman who had been her employee for six weeks. Lawyers wanted the sheriff to seize and sell Telfer's home to collect the money.


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