In their Coopoeratives and Condominiums column, Richard Siegler, of counsel to Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, and Eva Talel, a partner at the firm, write that because apartment owners nationwide are finding an increasing number of venues in which to successfully assert their rights, and New York case law is sparse and unsettled, boards and managers should carefully consider the type of restrictions they choose to impose on apartment owners regarding religious displays, even if the restrictions are not motivated by discrimination and appear to be religion neutral.
Religious Displays in Common Areas
New York Law Journal
September 5, 2012
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