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DOCUMENTS REVEAL ADDITIONAL INTEREST IN MAPLE LEAF GARDENS
Published April 10, 1995
Two additional parties showed interest in an investment in Maple Leaf Gardens, Inc., before and after the death of MLG Majority Owner Harold Ballard, according to documents filed in Ontario Court by the Ministry of the Attorney General and Office of the Public Trustee. The interest of the other parties "has become a key issue in the bitter legal fight over the takeover" of MLG by Steve Stavro last year. The two agencies are currently looking into the takeover of MLG by Stavro. Executors of the Ballard Estate argue that nobody showed interest or made an offer for Ballard's shares before Stavro exercised his option to buy. (Tony Van Alphen, TORONTO STAR, 4/10).