My coop, which is not exactly the most brilliantly run coop, has sent a legal, letter over my doormat threatening eviction if I continue to put it out. Keeping in mind that we have had a doormat since per-coop times - about 1970 and it is a fireproof 1/4 thick dormant. They then imposed the legal fee of $450 on my bill that it cost them to write that letter. I know the fee is unenforceable and I know they ignored other residents who had large items - bikes, strollers - in the hallway. What to do?Join the Conversation Comments (1)
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