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BUY ME OUT!

When Ann Holdings, LLC, decided to sell its condo unit, the building’s board opted to exercise its right of first refusal, and then assigned that right to MS6TC, LLC, a company whose principal ...
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HOW UNCOOPERATIVE

After they were ousted from their co-op board, Juan Ortiz and Mayra Santiago filed suit claiming that the election hadn't been conducted in accordance with the entity's bylaws. But both the ...
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NOMINATING COMMITTEE NOMINEES

Nominees Announced for Nominating Committee The following candidates have been nominated by the Executive Committee for election to five positions on the 2013-2014 Nominating Committee. Ballots will ...
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CONDO RULES

In Helmer v. Comito, unit owners William and Sandra Helmer sued the Board of Managers of the Clermont Condominium II to recover damages for an alleged breach fiduciary duty. The couple challenged the ...
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CONDO OWNERS LIABLE FOR WORK

In Canela v. TLH 140 Perry St., LLC, Jose Canela was injured while completing alterations to a condo unit owned by TLH 140 Perry Street, LLC and David Smilow ("unit owners"). When the Kings County ...
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OBJECTIONABLE TENANT BOOTED FROM CO-OP

In Breezy Point Cooperative v. Young, the Appellate Term, Second and Eleventh Judicial Districts, affirmed a summary judgment ruling, which allowed a cooperative board to end a shareholder's lease due ...
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CONDO MAY LIMIT LEASING AND SALES

Many purchasers prefer condominiums to cooperatives, because they believe condominiums afford owners greater flexibility to lease or sell their units. But that could not be farther from the truth. ...
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