Condo Can Install Roof Protections on Neighboring Landlord's Roof

LVT Number: #30702

A condominium building (the condo) sued neighboring landlord of next-door residential building (landlord) and asked the court to grant the condo access to landlord's building in order to install and maintain roof protections. The condo was required to perform Local Law 11 facade work in order to repair its building. It sought a temporary license for 23 months so that it had access to install, maintain, and remove roof protections. Landlord's building was a six-story townhouse and two rent-stabilized tenants had roof access.

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One Lincoln Plaza Condominium v. 14 W 64th St. LLC: Index No. 161931/2019, 2020 NY Slip Op 30538(U) (Sup. Ct. NY; 2/26/20; Rakower, J)