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Major Building Construction Projects Do You Have to Warn Your Neighbors?

Is a building obligated to inform the neighboring buildings before doing major construction work?
Most buildings will have to undergo some kind of exterior or facade-related work at some point in their useful lives - it's inevitable. But sometimes those projects can be noisy, dusty, and disruptive to not just the building being worked on, but its neighbors as well. In this clip, a Manhattan-based legal pro explains how you can be a good neighbor and let the communities adjacent to yours know what to expect during the course of your building's project. 

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