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    Missing an apostrophe in Facebook post lands real estate agent in legal trouble | World News

    The court in New South Wales took note of then error and said it suggests “a systematic pattern of conduct”. The man in question, Anthony Zadravic, had criticised his former employer over non-payment of retirement funds. An Australian real estate agent’s failure to include an apostrope in his Facebook post has landed him in legal trouble. The post was meant to criticise his former employer over non-payment of retirement funds. But the missing punctuation mark caused a defamation case to be filed against him, reported The Guardian. The incident happened in October last year, reported The Guardian, when New South  

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    These 4 Chinese real estate developers are already in trouble

    Embattled conglomerate Evergrande rattled global markets in September by warning it could default on its huge debts. Since then, more developers have made similar public confessions, unnerving investors and raising fears of contagion across the vast sector. It’s unclear how the crisis will be resolved. The companies could try to restructure their debts and work things out with their lenders. They could also seek bailouts from the Chinese government, but so far Beijing has said little on the issue besides promising to protect homebuyers. The final — and worst — option would be a disorderly series of defaults, which would  

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