Properly Written – and Enforced – House Rules Can Keep Your Building From Becoming a Living Hell

Today’s New York Post carries a story about a unit owner in a luxury Upper East Side condo who has sued his upstairs neighbors for allowing their kids to play floor hockey in the hallway, sometimes as early at 6:30 in the morning   Read the article……….


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