2009, when the owners at The Minto Plaza, a downtown Toronto condo at 38 Elm Street, were informed that the condo was in litigation involving the common elements and there was no information coming from the board, they knew something wasn't right.
Two of them, Judy Sue and William Stratas went to the courthouse and read the court application and found that a supplier disappeared with a $142,278.65 cheque that was suppose to pay for water-efficient toilets.
At the upcoming AGM, the two of them were elected to the board. Judy, who is a CPA and CGA, was appointed treasurer and William became the president.
They felt that the board's trust in their property manager was misplaced but first they wanted to determine exactly what transpired over the last few years.
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