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City to Regulate Use of Artificial Intelligence in Hiring

Written by Andrew I. Bart on November 15, 2022

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to be aware of changes under Local Law 144.

Co-op board, accountant and managing agent let finances slide for years.

Co-op and condo buildings get a flunking grade thanks to a reporting error.

Sales of luxury apartments are especially hard hit as market cools off.

Tool avoids lump-sum payment, levels out spending into “a smooth line.”

Incentives are now “very high,” buoyed by the Inflation Reduction Act

Head of Co-op & Condo Council worries that boards have their heads in the sand.

Boards can force an apartment sale if a shareholder allows an unapproved sublet.

Co-op and condo boards can get an education before the public hearing.

How to Keep Apartment Renovations From Going Off the Rails

Written by Gene Ferrara and Chris Ferrara on October 27, 2022

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to revisit and revise their alteration agreements.

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