Canada: Miller Thomson Condo Group At Forefront Of Investigating Suspicious Condo Elections
Last Updated: June 16 2017

Over the past couple of weeks, Audrey Loeb of Miller Thomson LLP's Condo Group has been quoted in a number of national publications, including the Globe and Mail, the Winnipeg Free Press and CBC radio and television, on the issue of non-owners/non-residents taking control of condominium boards in the Greater Toronto Area (article links below).

 After having been alerted to the situation by a group of concerned unit owners, Audrey was instrumental in discovering that this was taking place in multiple condominiums and contacting the journalists whose articles eventually brought it to the public's attention.

When we prepared this notice on Monday May 29,2017, we had a commitment from the individuals who were the focus of the media coverage that they were going to step down from the board of the building we are working with and allow owners to fill the vacant positions. Unfortunately we now have to report that they have reneged on this commitment. We are continuing to work with the owners to ensure that the individuals in question are removed as board members.

 As always, we encourage unit owners to pay close attention to the candidates running for positions on the Board of directors. Ask questions, find out if they own a unit and/or live in the building. Should you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact Miller Thomson's Condo Group.

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