Secondhand Smoke Is Now a First-Class Headache (NY)

A Manhattan co-op that allowed secondhand smoke to waft into shareholder Susan Reinhard’s apartment recently took a big hit: the State Supreme Court ordered the co-op to refund all of Reinhard’s maintenance since 2007, which came to about $120,000, plus interest and legal fees.   Read the article……….


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