|Telling a woman
that if she did not give the board her proxy they would
make her get rid of four of her five cats.
owners that the board would make them get rid of their basement tenants
if they did not give the board their votes.
in three units with upgraded ones. The other owners were sure this was
payment for signed proxies.
|All owners in
arrears could vote only if they gave a certified cheque
or money order for their arrears prior to the start of the meeting.
Regular cheques or cash was not accepted even three
days before the meeting.
|Owners paying by
direct deposit did not have their special assessment
deducted from their accounts as they were told would automatically
happen. So they were in arrears and could not vote.
manager "lost / misplaced" some of the cheques so the
owners were in arrears for over 30 days so they could not vote.
|Some owners wrote
their cheques in the property management company's
name rather in the condo corporation's name. Instead of them
they made an error, they were told they were in arrears.
|Some owners paid
up at the property management main office but were denied
ballots because they did not have a receipt as proof of payment.
|One unit owner was
charged more than $500 for moving her fence back by
two feet. To this date, requests for reason behind this charge have
|One owner was
denied a ballot because the property manager said she had
filled in a proxy. She did not but was still denied her right to vote.
owner, in the presence of the corporation lawyer, the
board and the property manager, asked everyone at the meeting
had her proxy. Although no one responded, the
property manager would
not allow her to vote.
|The ballots that were issued had
the owner's unit numbers written on
them so the board and property manager would know how the owners voted.