Three-Year Jail Term Begins for Former Condo Manager Convicted of Stealing Over $200,000 from Association (FL)

The recent news about the start of a three-year jail sentence for the former property manager of a Sarasota, Fla.-area condominium who was convicted of stealing more than $200,000 from the association she managed sent a resounding message about the severe repercussions that property managers and association directors can face for theft and fraud.   Read the article………..


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