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An “assumption agreement” can avoid conflict over responsibility for prior repairs.

Time is running out for the first cycle of mandatory inspections.

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane — No, It’s a Drone!

Written by Kathryn Farrell on August 03, 2023

New York City

New rules will allow drones to fly in New York City

The proprietary lease and city law will determine who's on the hook for repairs.

Bills call for enforcing weight limits and increasing frequency of inspections.

Mayor says there has been a 20% drop in the number of rat complaints.

Size Matters

Written by Bill Morris on August 02, 2023

New York City

Building size and usage are key for accurate carbon allowance caps.

Boards have numerous options to address a problem that's sure to get worse.

Boards need to get busy now, even if they're in compliance with 2024 carbon caps.

A ban requires an amendment to the proprietary lease or bylaws.

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