Class action description
Some journalists called it a small Norbourg. Approximately 150 investors in real estate were defrauded of 5 to 10 million dollars by François Roy, Marc Jemus and Robert Primeau. For most investors it started when they took investments courses with Whitney Canada inc. They were than invited to transfer their RRSPs to B2B Trust and/or to contract loans from B2B Trust for investment purposes. B2B Trust’s, Whitney’s, Notary Lafrenière’s, Optifund’s and IForum’s negligence contributed to the loss suffered by members of the group.
All persons who have made various investments proposed to them by Marc Jemus, François Roy and/or Robert Primeau, and/or through them, and/or in or through companies related to one of them, during the years 2001 to 2005 inclusively.
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May 2006 : Motion for Authorization to Institute a Class Action
October 2009 : Examination of Petitionner David Brown
June 2010 : Hearing of the for Authorization to Institute a Class Action
August 2010 :Judgment for Authorization
April 2021: Judgment on the merits rendered by the court of Appeal on April 16, 2021 against François Roy, Marc Jémus and Lloyd’s Underwriters
July 2021: Judgment concerning fees