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Re: Can a shareholder of a coop be evicted? pet resource; coop resource

Posted by Anna on February 11, 2000 at 12:24:23:

In Reply to: Can a shareholder of a coop be evicted? posted by Stacy on February 07, 2000 at 20:52:20:

By now you've read the Pet Law pages from the homepage of
And have you read some Housing Court decisions concerning evictions and pets? (if not, go there: search on either 'pet' or 'dog')

Have you read your Proprietary Lease and the House Rules and the coop's By-Laws?

Here is advice from a local bar association (bar = group of lawyers):

And here is the OAG's URL where you'll find their guide 'How to Handle Problems with the Coop Board', among others any coop tenant, shareholder or not, should read.

Question: are there really only 4 units in the whole coop? Or did you mean a 4-unit building in a coop made up of many 4-unit buildings? The reason I ask is that the Board of Directors must be a minimum of 3 people, maybe 5 (it's in your ByLaws) and at least one of them must be a resident. Sponsors must give up control after 5 years. Usually, in small coops, all Board members live in the building. Which means you might be the only non-member if your coop is 4 units. Whcih means your neighbors have way too much power over your daily life and finances...

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