Will Your Co-op or Condo Lose Its Corporate Status? Because It Happens (NY)

Dean Starkman, a board member of a 12-unit Brooklyn Heights co-op. negotiated with a lender to refinance the mortgage on his apartment, a fairly routine affair. He had assembled all the required paperwork and, he recalls, “the last piece of the puzzle was our certificate of good standing as a corporation.” At that point, the lender informed Starkman it was putting a hold on the deal because the co-op’s corporate status had been revoked. How could that be?   Read more………


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