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Re: Family rights in a cooperative

Posted by TenantNet on March 22, 1997 at 08:11:39:

In Reply to: Family rights in a cooperative posted by Alex on March 20, 1997 at 13:33:41:

: My grandparents have owned shares to an Upper West Side Coop apartment
: for over twenty years. In 1994 my grandmother passed away, and my
: grandfather became ill. When my grandfather moved to be closer to my
: mother (and for better care), I moved into their apartment. I have been
: paying maintenance for almost two years, and just got notice from the board
: of directors that they do not consider me a legal resident under the terms
: of the proprietary lease. Where can I go for information on what a Coop
: Board can actaully do to family members?

Not to be glib, but this is TenantNet, not Co-op Net. Seriously, we don't
know what your rights are here. If you were a tenant, we could tell you.
If you are a bona fide family member and have been there for a while, I
think you have a stronger case. You might wish to see a good co-op
attorney. [we can suggest Kevin McConnell at 349-3000, but there are
others as well].

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