The lawyer for murder suspect Dellen Millard says there isn’t “anything untoward” about bizarre real estate transactions his client made in the wake of his arrest in the death of Tim Bosma.
But several experts with experience is real estate and tax law told the Toronto Star the timing is “beyond smelly” and pose serious legal questions.
An investigative report released by the Star on Wednesday found that Millard transferred three properties into his mother’s name one day after his arrest and three days before Bosma’s body was found on a separate plot of land owned by the heir of a family aviation dynasty.
“The timing is beyond smelly. It doesn’t make sense to me,” real estate lawyer Andrew Fortis told the Star. “It raises a lot of red flags.”
Those three properties include a downtown Toronto condo worth $627,000 that had been purchase just days earlier, a condo north of Toronto and a suburban home where Millard had been raised.Read More »from Tim Bosma case: timing of suspect Dellen Millard’s real estate deals called into question