Cooperatives and Condominiums

Access to Enter an Adjoining Property: Must a License Fee Be Paid?

, New York Law Journal


In their Cooperatives and Condominiums column, Eva Talel and Richard Siegler write: 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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