In New York City, co-ops and condos are almost always apartments. Moreover, those apartments are often sublet. As such, there is a huge landlord-and-tenant-dispute component to co-op and condo work, which requires a practitioner to simultaneously have a deep understanding of co-op and condo law and landlord and tenant law. Itkowitz PLLC has a great deal of experience with such matters. We deal extensively with defaults in sponsor-held units and in the Rent Stabilized units of non-purchasing tenants. We also deal with shareholder maintenance defaults and the interplay between a shareholder’s default to the board and that to the lender.