A Condo Owners’ Bill of Rights Is on the Table

Two state legislators from the Bronx have introduced a Bill of Rights for condominium unit-owners in the state legislature that’s designed to heighten the transparency of condo board operations. The proposed legislation was inspired by a nasty legal battle over a 15 percent increase in common charges at the Parkchester South Condominium in the Bronx.    Read the article…………


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