Condo Board Liable in Worker Injury Suit

In a ruling that will come as a relief to every condo unit-owner in the city, an appeals court has ruled that an Upper West Side condominium’s board of managers – not the owners of units – is liable for damages being sought by a worker who fell from an unsecured scaffolding in the building’s boiler room.     Read the article………….


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