New Yorkers are used to communal living. Hundreds of thousands of New York City residents live in co-ops and condos. They are scattered throughout the five boroughs and the buildings come in many sizes, shapes and flavors. They include multi-building complexes; big or medium-sized or small buildings; subsidized, limited-equity, middleclass and luxury communities. But they share one characteristic. They all have conflicts—Noise! Smoke! Nasty behavior by neighbors! Unmanageable boards! Disputes arise among residents; between groups of residents; among board members. The variations and permutations are endless.
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New York Law Journal
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