Anyone have any experience with an apartment being sealed by the NYPD due to a shareholder dying there? This guy died from being ill, not something part of a criminal investigation. However he had no will and the deceased's brother is saying the apartment is with the Kings county probate court and will not be able to be unsealed till "sometime in the future". The problem is we are planning a building wide renovation project that involves needing access to this unit. Anyone have any experience with this kind of situation? Thanks.
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