New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Alan Gorelick, the former executive vice president of the Manhattan property-management firm Saparn Realty, pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing $2.6 million from approximately 30 buildings he used to manage. He was convicted in Manhattan Supreme Court of second-degree grand larceny, criminal possession of a forged instrument and scheming to defraud.

Polar vortexes and five feet of snow weren't the only things sending shivers through New York City co-op and condo boards this past winter  — so did the arrest of property manager Alan B. Gorelick, leading many boards to ask a pair of unsettling questions: Are we insured against theft? If so, is our insurance adequate?

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