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41 legal experts on game-changing laws, rules, and cases.
AUTHORC. Jaye Berger, Principal, Law Offices C. Jaye Berger
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When an owner seeks to make improvements or repairs to property and needs to gain access to an adjoining building and permission has been refused, the owner may begin a special proceeding for a license to enter the building.
"Having someone develop a property next door to you is a very real possibility. Don’t ignore what’s happening because the developer is focused on getting the project built, and you need to protect your co-op or condo. You’ll be doing a delicate dance with the developer, so you need to know what the steps are and when to take them."
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