Courts Open the Vault to Co-op and Condo Documents (NY)

Brenda Pomerance, a patent lawyer and unit-owner at Link condominium at 310 W. 52nd Street, has been in court since 2011 fighting to gain access to board documents. Pomerance, who suspected the board of serious mismanagement, wanted to get the contact information of all unit-owners in the building and extensive access to condo records, including monthly financial statements. Shareholders and unit-owners at other buildings have filed similar lawsuits. Pomerance also sought the right to share such information electronically with other unit-owners. She pursued the case alone, serving as her own lawyer.     Read the article……………

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