Eva Talel and Richard Siegler ()
Boards of cooperatives and condominiums regularly undertake repairs to comply with laws and municipal codes, and maintain their building’s aesthetic standard. Developers in New York City seek to maximize the square footage of new construction. Such repairs, code compliance and development frequently require an owner to enter on to a neighbor’s property. All is well if the neighbors can agree on the conditions of an owner’s entry, but what happens when these neighbors cannot come to an agreement?
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