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Some Trusts Are Welcome, Others Less So
For many years, co-op and condo boards have been averse to allowing the purchase or transfer of apartments through trusts. Under these financial arrangements the trustor (or grantor) gives the trustee
United States
27 Feb 2019
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The Many Moving Parts Of A Foreclosure
IN LOUIS ZAZZARINO vs. 13-21 East 22nd Street Residence Corp., a shareholder defaulted on a loan made by her bank. The bank held a non-judicial auction of the shares, as was its right ...
United States
5 Feb 2019
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Florida Adopts The In Re Trulia Standard For Disclosure-Based M&A Transaction Settlement
Florida's Second District Court of Appeal announced on July 13, 2018 the adoption of the review standard formulated in the Delaware Chancery Court ...
United States
24 Jul 2018
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Altered States
What must a co-op or condo board do to modify its policies for a disabled occupant? And whose obligation is it to propose a "reasonable" accommodation? These were issues discussed in the case Steinberg-Fisher v. North Shore Towers Apartments, Inc.
United States
3 Jan 2018
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A Change Of Mind
What happens if a co-op board approves construction in or outside of an apartment – and then changes its mind?
United States
30 Aug 2017
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The Sins Of The Father
Can you be booted out of your apartment for a crime you didn't commit? You've lived in your co-op for almost a decade. Without warning, the board announces it plans to evict you. The reason?
United States
10 Aug 2017
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Eight Regulations The IRS Says Are "Unduly Complex," Impose "An Undue Financial Burden On Taxpayers" Or Exceed The IRS's Statutory Authority
Responding to President Donald Trump's Executive Order 13789, which called on the Secretary of the Treasury to submit an interim report identifying any significant tax regulations issued since January 1, 2016...
United States
3 Aug 2017
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Death And Liability
A CONTRACTOR DIES on the job. Who's liable? When shareholders perform work in their apartments, the concept is that the shareholder assumes all risk and liability in connection with that work.
United States
17 May 2017
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"When An Artist-In-Residence Is Not An Artist"
The apartments in those buildings are "joint living-working quarters for artists."
United States
10 May 2017
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SEC To Permit "Swing Pricing" For Open-End Funds
The Securities and Exchange Commission has now codified a new mechanism to deal with the risk of dilution in the value of mutual fund shares caused by ordinary purchase and redemption activities.
United States
23 Jan 2017
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Watch Out For The Median! SEC Drives Home Final Pay Ratio Disclosure
On August 5, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a final rule implementing what the SEC calls the "pay ratio disclosure" requirements mandated by Section 953(b) of the Dodd-Frank Act.
United States
11 Sep 2015
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