New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



This Case Went to the Dogs, Then to Court

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on November 06, 2020

Fishkill, New York State

Court muzzles a condo board's power to fine owners of unruly dogs.

Bill Seeks to End Prepayment Penalties in Underlying Mortgages

Written by Marianne Schaefer on August 20, 2020

New York State

Opinions differ on potential benefits for housing cooperatives.

Travelers from 19 hot-spot states must spend 14 days at home.

Peekskill board uses in-house expertise to get Con Edison to foot the bill.

Detailed reopening plans can be a defense against liability claims.

Bill would allow businesses to ban people with high temperatures.

Co-ops and condos will continue losing income from commercial tenants.

Are facade repairs covered by new edict designed to curb coronavirus?

State's New SHIELD Law Tightens Security of Personal Data

Written by Sue Treiman and Bill Morris on March 06, 2020

New York State

Fines are stiffer and enforcement is stricter on data breaches.

State senate again considering bill that would alter the co-op landscape.

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