Dec. 12, 2012 — You can do pretty much whatever you want within the four walls of your co-op or condo. But when it comes to public spaces, the corporation usually has rules about what's permissible. So when your neighbor flies the American flag from his balcony, and it's huge, it's not too surprising that the community protests. And then the board has to step in. On today's show we go deep into this patriotic issue to figure out what the board can do, and how it can do it, as Habitat Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Carol J. Ott talks with attorneys Lewis Montana of Levine & Montana and Ron Perl of Hill Wallack.
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