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Sale of legal grow-op raises questions about disclosure

House alleged to have hundreds of cannabis plants inside

MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Lorne Weiss of the Manitoba Real Estate Association says because it’s legal, there is no reason an agent should have to disclose the grow-op.</p></p>

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Lorne Weiss of the Manitoba Real Estate Association says because it’s legal, there is no reason an agent should have to disclose the grow-op.

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