Court Ruling Gives Condo Boards the Power to Evict (NY)

In a major victory for condominium boards, the state’s highest court has ruled unanimously that a Manhattan condo unit-owner who refused to pay his common charges since 2007 can be evicted from his apartment, The New York Law Journal reports.  Steven Wozencraft, who bought an apartment in 2006 at the 10-story luxury Heywood Condominium in Chelsea, stopped paying his common charges a year later, claiming he was being denied amenities, including doorman service and package deliveries. Wozencraft now owes more than $600,000 in monthly common charges plus interest, attorney fees and late fees, the building’s lawyers say.    Read the article……………


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