Tag Archives: Proprietary Leases

Woman sues co-op board over washer-dryer

You read the above title and you are thinking, “A co-op apartment with a washer-dryer?!? Who’s that lucky (or wealthy) in NYC?” (Which reminds me of perhaps an urban legend not concerning alligators in the subway system: many years ago, … Continue reading

Posted in Law, suits and order | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Woman sues co-op board over washer-dryer

Before you sign a residential lease, you should do this

I’m still worried about Charanna Alexander and the anxious time she wrote so eloquently about in the Metropolitan Section of the Sunday New York Times. I’ve been thinking that the New York real estate market, especially for rentals, is so … Continue reading

Posted in E. Preliminary investigation, J2. DIY legal actions, Law, suits and order | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Before you sign a residential lease, you should do this

What happens if you breach your co-op lease

I always read the Q&A column in the Sunday Times real estate section. Given my own real estate situation — I’ve sued the majority shareholders of my little coop for breaching all sorts of co-op corporation laws — I often … Continue reading

Posted in Chronicle of My Lawsuit(s) So Far, Law, suits and order | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on What happens if you breach your co-op lease