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41 legal experts on game-changing laws, rules, and cases.
AUTHORBruce Cholst, Shareholder, Anderson Kill P.C.
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Braun v. 941 Park Avenue
The conflict between the residents of two adjacent units in a Park avenue cooperative, both of which had main entryways that open onto a shared vestibule, presented a unique problem for the cooperative’s board to resolve.
"Sometimes ego and expenditure far outweigh common sense in co-op litigation, and that’s when it’s time to review your house rules. You should consider whether targeted house rules are appropriate; whether you should unshackle the requirements of reasonableness in your house rules; and whether you should require prospective purchasers to formally acknowledge the receipt and reading of the house rules. All this falls within the category of best practices that can help avoid lawsuits in the future."
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