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“Thermographic” camera locates moisture by detecting changes in temperature.

It’s not easy to find middle ground between anything-goes and a total ban.

A minority of shareholders can demand a special meeting and election.

Bill would require boards to give reasons why they reject purchase applications.

The battle over Paycheck Protection loans resulted in a major victory for co-ops.

Such a policy could lead to discrimination lawsuits.

Building staffers and vendors’ workers are signing up for their shots.

Umbrella Insurance Policies Have Sprung a Leak

Written by Bill Morris on March 24, 2021

New York City

Co-op and condo boards are paying more for less excess-liability coverage.

Annual water and energy usage report will lead to each building’s letter grade.

Federal rate hikes for pricey waterfront homes are now on hold.

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