Category: On The Board

Law & Legislation Developer Sued for Stiffing Neighbors
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 Bangkok, Thailand - June 6, 2016 : Apple iPhone5s showing its screen with popular travel applications.
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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On The Board Loud noisy neighbour disturbing baby sleep. Problems in neighbouring apartments at home vector illustration. Young guy playing music on guitar, annoyed mother with little child in bed.
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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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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