When a Declaration’s Text and Floor Plan Conflict, Who Gets the Toilet?
By Frank Lovece
Sept. 5, 2014 — Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. And sometimes a superintendent’s office is a storage room that doesn’t belong to the condominium, except one document says it does and another document says it doesn’t. This is why we have document shredders. It’s also why we have courtrooms — which is where a Long Island City, Queens, condo board and the building’s sponsor recently met to have the case of the conflicting official papers sorted out. Also, to determine who gets custody of the room’s toilet, which makes it all the more a shame this isn’t happening in Flushing. Read More »