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“Crude Nude Dude,” the worst tenant ever? It’s a lawsuit

Love that Daily News hard copy headline. And really, really, if this hadn’t been a lawsuit, I wouldn’t know what to think. Because this guy is really, really … well, here’s the sub-head of the Daily News piece: A twisted … Continue reading

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Coop lawsuits: a no-pets eviction case in federal court

The Times gave a lot of column inches to this story about a huge co-op, rules about pets and a lawsuit over the co-op’s rules about pets: Outside the brick behemoths of the East River Housing co-op on the Lower … Continue reading

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How not to appear for a co-op board interview

From The Billionaire’s Playlist, by Connie Bruck, in the January 20, 2014 New Yorker: …[Leonard] Blavatnik [the “billionaire” of the title] began an extraordinary series of real-estate purchases around that time. In 2004, he bought his London mansion, reportedly outbidding … Continue reading

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