Cooperatives, Condominiums and Labor Law 'Ownership'

, New York Law Journal


In his Construction Accident Litigation column, Brian J. Shoot, a partner with Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo, asks: Who are the "owners" for purposes of sections 240 and 241(6) of the Labor Law when a proprietary lessee of a cooperative or condominium hires a contractor to do work in "his" or "her" apartment?

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