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City contends that controlling rents will reduce vacant storefronts.

Electronic Attendance – and Voting – Now Legal in Co-op Annual Meetings

Written by Kathryn Farrell and Bill Morris on November 21, 2019

New York City

Shareholders can attend annual meetings from remote locations.

Riverkeeper fears that carbon-free hydroelectricity will require more dams.

Communication and Training Are Key Before Disaster Strikes

Written by Kathryn Farrell on November 19, 2019

New York City

Co-op and condo boards should emulate commercial buildings.

New Roofs Must Now Be Green or Solar or Both

Written by Marianne Schaefer on November 14, 2019

New York City

How the Climate Mobilization Act will affect some co-ops and condos.

A flurry of violations and stop-work orders for excessive dust.

New salvo in war over moratorium on natural-gas hookups.

After a Fire or Flood, Public Adjusters Must Act Fast

Written by Ann Farmer on November 12, 2019

New York City

Work should begin the day disaster strikes.

A Public Adjuster Can Untangle Multiple Insurance Claims

Written by Ann Farmer on November 11, 2019

New York City

Complex insurance claims might require outside expertise.

In a reversal, state will allow anonymous LLCs to purchase condos.

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