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B.C. Supreme Court decision highlights Sangha family's "greed and virulent animosity"

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B.C. Supreme Court decision highlights Sangha family's "greed and virulent animosity"
The Tower Inn in Quesnel is at the centre of an extremely vicious family fight.
 
[Editor's Note: While this story is relatively late in being published the QC Sentinel only heard about it recently. One supposes that it might have been covered by Black Press but for some reason it passed below their radar screen as well. Because the story is a Quesnel one I have decided to reprint it for local readers.]
 
 
By Charlie Smith,
October 7, 2011

A B.C. Supreme Court ruling suggests that in the case of a Quesnel family, blood isn't always thicker than water.
 
After what can only be described as a monumental family feud, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Marion Allan ruled that Gurdial Singh Sangha was "oppressed as a shareholder and director of both Reliance and Alberta Co." by his father, Kharak Singh Sangha, brothers Dalbir Singh Sangha and Kewal Singh Sangha, and brother-in-law Baldev Johal.
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