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A B.C. Supreme Court judge has dismissed a Vancouver developer’s application for a publication ban who’s facing possible extradition to the United States for fraud allegations.
Mark John Chandler, a real estate developer, appeared in court on Friday for a hearing in which the US government seeks his extradition to face allegations he participated in an alleged “fraudulent scheme” involving a Los Angeles highrise condo development.
The US requested Chandler’s extradition in March 2015.
The 54-year-old’s extradition hearing comes at the same time as his most recent Vancouver condo project is entangled in legal disputes.
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