Attorney Tip: Stop the Spread of Smoke Now (NY)

Earlier this year, state Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron awarded a co-op shareholder named Susan Reinhard the staggering sum of $120,000 in back maintenance, plus interest and attorney’s fees. Reinhard claimed in a lawsuit that the co-op board at Connaught Tower at 300 E. 54th Street did nothing to prevent second-hand smoke from wafting into her apartment, and thus failed to comply with the proprietary lease.    Read the article…………


Tags assigned to this article:
Co-opcondosmoking

Related Articles

Condo Association May Violate Consumer Protection Acts

Although they differ in form and substance, many States have enacted Consumer Protection Laws. Their purpose, in the words of

Lawmakers introduce bipartisan compromise bill to tackle construction defects issues (CO)

A bipartisan group of legislators introduced a compromise bill late Friday aimed at encouraging developers to build condominium projects while

Does An Action To Enforce A Settlement Agreement Also Enforce CC&R Documents Under The Davis-Stirling Act?

You Betcha, Said 4/2 DCA In Recent Opinion Affirming Noncompliance With Settlement Agreement And Fee Recovery Of About $19,000 Against