Boards of condos and cooperative housing developments have specific representation needs. Sutton Sachs Meyer has the experience to meet these needs.

We are available for representation of co-op and condo boards throughout New York City and New York State. We can also handle real estate litigation in New Jersey.

From Standard Transactions to Complicated Legal Actions

We can advise condo and co-op boards on all real estate law issues, with a focus on:

  • Transactions with shareholders and vendors;
  • Transfer proceedings;
  • Compliance with municipalities and government agencies;
  • Taxation issues;
  • Establishing property policies;
  • Adherence to the Fair Labor Standards Act;
  • Financing of new developments;
  • Refinancing of established properties;
  • Construction defects;
  • Lawsuits brought by residents.

For condo associations, we guide clients in compliance and litigation matters involving the New York Condo Act, known to New York real estate lawyers as Article 9-B of New York’s Real Property Law. For co-ops, we work with the Business Corporation Law to guide our clients through the work of demonstrating that properties are being managed legally, safely, and equitably. In every case, we provide best-in-class co-op and condo transaction and board representation to clients in New York.

We are adept at negotiation, settlement, and, when necessary, litigation.

Contact us today online through our secure contact form or by telephone at 212-480-4350. We will arrange a complimentary initial consultation for you, with one of New York’s most knowledgeable Cooperative and Condominium Board attorneys. We look forward to assisting you.