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Category: On The Board

Law & Legislation
Developer Sued for Stiffing Neighbors

The Real Deal reports that developer Barnet Liberman has been sued for failure to pay common charges in the building he co-developed and in which he owns (or just lives in, depending who you ask—see below) the penthouse. Along with a part…

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On The Board
Pied-a-Terre…or Thinly Disguised Airbnb?

Every co-op in New York City has its own personality and ‘vibe,’ depending on its age, neighborhood, resident demographics, and board engagement - but one thing that’s consistent across just about every co-op community are the typically str…

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2022 February Dealing With Disruptive Residents

If you live in, work in, or provide services for a co-op, condo, or HOA, you know that however harmonious a building or association is in general, there is always that one person—or perhaps more than one—who throws a wrench in the works. It…

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On The Board
2022 February Conflicts of Interest

If you live in a condo or a co-op, you most likely have heard the term fiduciary duty, usually in reference to the responsibilities and obligations of board members and management. But what is a fiduciary duty? In essence, it’s a legal rela…

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2022 February Boards, Managers, Landlords

By its very nature, life in a co-op or condominium community is different from living in a rental unit or a private home. While that statement may seem pretty obvious, many owners of co-op and condo units lack a clear understanding of what …

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