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Lexit   Tuesday, 04/03/07 09:14:38 PM
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Who owns 1212 Redpath Crescent ?

And now we return to the continuing saga of Globex.....

current known facts on 1212 Redpath:

1) Coastal Holdings (COHG) CEO Andrea Cortellazzi incorporated a numbered company in October 2006 with 1212 Redpath as the address.

2) Both QTTM and GLXI have used 1212 Redpath in their PR.

3) Phone numbers for QTTM and HRRN also appear in GLXI PR linking these to 1212 Redpath.

So who owns the Mansion On the Hill ???

The tax roll for Montreal lists COASTAL HOLDINGS INC. as the owner.

Adresse 1212 REDPATH-CRESCENT
Municipalité/BSQ MONTREAL
Propriétaire principal COASTAL HOLDINGS,INC.
Arrondissement Ville-Marie
No arr: 19
Matricule 9840-23-4345-7-000-0000
No.compte 26091670 ID UEF 5020564

City of Montreal link:

http://evalweb.cum.qc.ca/Role2007actualise/RechAdresse.ASP?IdAdrr=%202000/19/50

(click on 1212 Redpath Crescent to view listing)

Therefore, QTTM, HRRN, COHG, GLXI have ALL been operating out of 1212 Redpath Crescent under the watchful eye of the owner and major shareholder, Andrea Cortellazzi.

One can only wonder if Coastal Holdings is really operating out of 1321 Sherbrooke as it claims on it's website:

http://www.coastalholdings.com/contact_us.asp

This is 1321 Sherbrooke which is located near the Ritz Carlton: http://www.ritzmontreal.com/

http://www.cgq-qgc.ca/tous/excursion-mtl/arret7.html

We now know who owns the Mansion on the Hill:

And the walls came down all the way to hell
Never saw them when they're standing
Never saw them when they fell


Here, hum along to the tune, go on you know you want to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3izWCas7-iI

Q1: Now don't you just wonder what those shares in escrow at the Royal Bank of Canada were used for, like lets say collateral on a mortgage ???

Q2: Don't you wonder if they will dispose of the property (or already have)as it would most likely be freehold ?







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