Court Confirms Condo Board Member’s ‘Unfettered’ Rights to Access Books, Records (NY)

As litigants and lawyers have discovered the efficacy of enforcing statutory and common-law books-and-records access rights through summary proceedings, this trend has spread not only to the residential cooperative corporation context but also to an even more popular form of communal living in New York: condominiums.   Read the article…………….


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