Alleged $20,000 typo ignites legal battle

An alleged $20,000 typo in the final price of a New Westminster, B.C., condominium has ignited a legal battle. The amount paid by the buyer of the condo was purportedly recorded at $664,000, when the real sale price was $644,000 — $20,000 less.
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