LATEST IN 'GRABHER' LICENCE PLATE FIGHT FAVOURS OWNER

Jun 22, 2018

By Bob Komsic

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It’s a $750 victory as a court has ruled the Nova Scotia government must reimburse a retiree, who’s been trying to reinstate his personalized licence plate since it was revoked over a year ago. 
(Yvonne Colbert/CBC)
Authorities received an anonymous complaint about the plate which reads ”GRABHER”.
The owner, Lorne Grabher, had used it for 27 years.
It was a gift for his late father and became an expression of family pride in their Austrian-German heritage.
The case resumes in early September when Grabher will make constitutional arguments against the regulations and the Nova Scotia government’s decision to take away the plate.
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