LAW 2808 - Cooperatives, Condominiums, and Homeowner Associations
This course examines the tremendous increase and sweeping changes taking place in modern types of housing involving community types of living. The course delves into the organization, sale and operation of each type of development stressing New York state law as a model from which both federal and other states have borrowed extensively. It includes the legal benefits and disadvantages of each development from the prospective of owner and developer. Students work with a course book, which includes cases, applicable statutes, governmental regulations and documents of existing developments.
The course emphasizes problem solving in actual situations, using basic understanding of applicable statutes and cases. A student’s grade is based on an examination.
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