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Commercial tenant's failure to pay common charges leads to a lawsuit.

New report says polluting "peaker" plants may have to stay open to meet demand.

Unhappy buyer claims pricey East Village condo is riddled with defects.

A chink appears in the sturdy armor of the business judgment rule.

Residents try to fix overheated apartments without breaking the law.

Is the shareholder or the board responsible for keeping the peace?

Trial will determine if explosion was manslaughter or a "tragic accident."

Thinking Outside the Building After a Gas Leak

Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 21, 2019

East Village, Manhattan

Stricter gas line regs lead a co-op to an innovative solution.

Supers, managers and board members can pitch in to save 20 percent on energy costs.

City will finalize rules during extended rollout.

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