Ottawa lawyers scuttle attempted condo board takeover

Three individuals tried to gain control of a Toronto condo board and its multimillion-dollar budget by manipulating the director election process, an investigation by Ottawa law firm Nelligan O’Brien Payne has found.  Lawyers uncovered evidence of forged signatures, suspect proxy ballots and other irregularities in a case that illustrates the potential vulnerabilities facing thousands of volunteer-led condo corporation boards across Ontario.    Read the article……………


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