The High-Wire Act of Revealing – and Concealing – Co-op Documents

A Greenwich Village co-op board holds an annual meeting but then fails to dispense the meeting minutes to shareholders. This led one frustrated shareholder to pose a question to the Ask Real Estate column in the New York Times: “Does the co-op board have any responsibility to communicate with shareholders?”   Read the article…………….


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