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Just curious on if you guys are planning to use the recommended lawyers, Clark and Clark, or someone else?

I took a look at their fee estimation (http://qualex.ca/wp-content/uploads/...Clark-Fees.pdf) and it seems to be somewhat pricey. IIRC I thought a well priced fee would be around ~$1,100 all-in?
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Don't care for the top . Are these twins? Both buildings look same height.
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