Foiled plans: AG (NY) limits condo disclosures — but open government advocates say action is “contrary to law”

No matter what New York’s next multibillion dollar condominium project is, the details are likely to stay under wraps for longer than they do now. That’s because the New York State Attorney General’s Office stopped making condo offering plans available to the public before they have been approved.     Read the article……….


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