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February 2016

Habitat Magazine

A long-standing mantra has been that boards of cooperative housing corporations can accept or reject a purchaser for any reason or no reason, absent discrimination. And board members need not disclose their reasons – at least until they are sued.  So let’s look at the myriad issues raised when the board members’ reasons just don’t make sense, as was the case in Berkowitz v. 29 Woodmere Blvd. Owners’ Inc.


 

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