Deed Holder Not Liable for Condo Accident, Panel Rules

A Manhattan appeals court has ruled that the building deed holder and owner of certain units in a Manhattan condominium building should be dismissed from a lawsuit brought by a man who fell from unsecured scaffolding in the building’s boiler room.  In an opinion considering which entities bearing ownership or control of the building should be liable, the Appellate Division, First Department, assigned responsibility to the board of managers of the Hermitage Condominium on the Upper West Side.       Read the article……………..


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