Quebec Student leader Nadeau-Dubois evicted for unpaid rent – The Prince Arthur Herald

- May 23rd, 2012

It’s an odd story to be sure — a student leader at the centre of these massive protests in Montreal — fails to pay the rent. But what’s odder is the excuse Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and his buddies tried to use on the judge:

The landlord alleged that the March and April rental payments, each of $950, were never made.  Nadeau-Dubois alleged that they were made on March 12th and April 2nd respectively. On each occasion, he and his roommates purportedly left envelopes stuffed with $950 in cash in their landlord’s unlocked, outdoor mailbox. As evidence of this, they adduced bank receipts showing two $1000 withdrawals from Mr. Nadeau-Dubois’ personal bank account which they argued constituted sufficient proof of the payment. When the Régie suggested that these were proof of nothing more than two separate, one thousand dollar bank withdrawals, Nadeau-Dubois responded with what Judge Guay referred to as “syllogisms from Mr. Nadeau-Dubois and circumstances alleged to the detriment of the landlord.”

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2 comments

  1. Rich says:

    Calling on Union Sid Ryan: “pay Dubois’s rent in full using of course, union dues from hard earned workers.

  2. David Coutu says:

    Rich …

    The clown claims he left envelopes stuffed with cash in an open mailbox!

    Nuff Said … “a student leader at the centre of the protests” ???

    Wish he were MY neighbour!

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