Court ruling could increase liability of individual condo, co-op board members

New Yorkers may become even more reluctant to sit on the board of their condominium or co-op building. A decision handed down by the state appellate court this month could increase the likelihood that individual board members will be held liable for their building’s decisions, the Wall Street Journal reported.  Read More……


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