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Conrad Black is selling off part of his lawn

$7,200,000

Conrad Black’s asking price for a 2.8-acre parcel of property severed from his Bridle Path estate. (His actual house isn’t for sale; just a plot of land beside it.) This is the latest of many indignities for the former media magnate and convicted felon. Next up for Lord Black: possible sanctions from the Ontario Securities Commission.

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