Precedent-Setting Legal Cases

Condo and co-op communities are governed by an array of legal mechanisms, including state and local laws and the community's own governing documents. Governing documents such as the proprietary lease, condo declaration, bylaws, and house rules cover most issues that arise, but when it comes to handling less-common legal disputes and litigation,...

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High & Mighty

There’s nothing worse than being a unit owner in a building and seeing someone on your board breaking a rule and seemingly getting away with it.

Some board members believe that they are “above the law” so to speak, and seem to be operating under a different set of...

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Homeowner Fights At&T Cell Phone Antenna on Roof

Seven years ago, Jennifer Bambino bought her penthouse apartment at Granada Towers in Long Beach, N.Y. for the views and the rooftop space right outside her living room. But now, new cellphone antennas being built on the roof right above her apartment threaten to ruin what she loves about her home.