New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Condo board settles for $119,000 after not paying required benefits to service workers.

Unhappy shareholders can ask the board to buy their apartments, but it's not likely to happen.

As co-op and condo boards struggle to prevent fires, city is enforcing new laws.

While serving on the city council, Vallone worked tirelessly on behalf of co-ops and condos.

Seller suspects the co-op board might be discriminating against her. That's illegal.

The relationship is like a marriage. Choose wisely.

Council member Vicki Paladino cites "continuous dedication" of a co-op warrior.

Backlog in the Department of Finance is complicating tax relief.

Board is able to prove that its decision was based on economics — not racial prejudice.

With no up-front costs, co-ops and condos could comply with climate law.

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