The Documents Often Overlooked

Practitioners who represent buyers of co-op or condo apartments perform their due diligence. Those who represent buildings are familiar with the governing documents. Board members, particularly if they are lawyers, know their building’s documents. Often, this means they have reviewed the by-laws and proprietary lease in a co-op and the declaration and by-laws in a condominium.      Read more………

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