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Co-op board seeks removal of bike sharing station

In New York City, most construction disputes between co-op boards and co-op shareholders involve conflicts over upkeep, repairs, damage or building maintenance. In many cases, the house rules or by-laws address these issues only in a general way, and that can lead to different interpretations of what is permissible on the property.

New York renters and homeowners to see tax credit

Rent increases and higher property taxes have placed added financial burdens on many people throughout New York City, but a tax program included in the state's annual budget is meant to provide some relief. The $85 million program, dubbed "Circuit Breaker," will offer a state income tax credit for qualifying renters and small homeowners, including condominium owners and cooperative shareholders.

Developer sues co-op residents over construction defect claims

About two years ago, residents of a Harlem cooperative wrote a letter drawing attention to what they claimed were construction defects in their city-subsidized building. The letter was sent to the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), and this year the letter was disseminated to state legislators.

Ensuring that a building's water storage tank is up to NYC code

Thousands of buildings in New York are equipped with either rooftop or indoor water tanks. From these tanks, water is piped throughout the buildings for drinking, washing and fire suppression. According to city building codes, water storage tanks must be constructed of either steel or wood.

Yes to dog, no to eviction in NYC dispute over service pet

Despite how much one may crave the companionship of a pet, lease agreements and condo bylaws often prohibit residents from owning pets on the premises. However, as we discussed in a previous post -- "When must a landlord waive a no-pets policy?" -- there are situations in which tenants and condo owners can fight to keep their furry companions.

Mom and daughter sue condo board over blocked landscaping plans

Sometimes when a New York condominium owner seeks to renovate or otherwise alter the structure of the property, the alteration agreement or the condo's bylaws are ambiguous. This type of situation can lead to disputes between owners and management. Ideally, such a dispute can be resolved outside of court, but occasionally it is necessary to litigate for a favorable outcome.

NYC co-ops and condos trade vetting approaches

It's no secret that New York's residential real estate market is competitive, perhaps especially so in the area of cooperatives and condominiums. Recently, "Saturday Night Live" even satirized what can be an intimidating co-op application process for potential residents. However, since co-ops and condos operate in the same residential marketplace, the applicant-vetting processes for the two types of living arrangements have begun to blend.

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