Stephen M. Lasser, Esq. (Author)


Publish Date: February 24, 2009


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Originally published in The Cooperator

Every co-op or condo has rules and regulations that have been put in place to define the board’s authority and limitations of power, as well as outline the rules for the community, residents or shareholders. And although the governing documents are intended to work in the best interest of everyone in the building, they sometimes pose problems. Especially, when rules are amended or created and they conflict with each other, create problems for residents, or are against the law. View Original Article

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