Category: Law & Legislation

Law & Legislation
Revisiting Levandusky

In its latest Biography of a Building , New York Magazine profiled the iconic One Fifth Avenue, calling the 27-story Art Deco building the “downtown co-op of all downtown co-ops” and “an expression of a certain type of New York–ness.…

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Law & Legislation
A Question of Privacy

In a recent piece for the New York Law Journal , attorneys from Manhattan-based law firm Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer delve into the issue of privacy as it pertains to the personal information of shareholders and unit owners - and…

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Law & Legislation
Pied-à-Terre Tax Resurfaces

Originally proposed in 2014 by Senator Brad Holyman, Senate Bill S44A - or the ‘pied-à-terre tax,’ as it has become known - was introduced to the New York Assembly in January 2019, partly - a ccording to the National Law Review - in …

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Law & Legislation
Allow Census Workers Access!

The Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums (CNYC) has issued a notice to its members that many New York buildings are preventing census enumerators—the Census Bureau’s carefully trained and vetted workers who visit households i…

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