Welcome to the Neighborhood: The Importance of Getting to Know Your Neighbors When Doing Construction

When undertaking new construction or major renovations in a metropolitan area like New York City, the surrounding lots and properties are most likely in close proximity (if not right up) to your properly line, which makes the adjoining properties and their owners of key concern to a developer, owner or contractor undertaking the construction. The support, protection, and interaction between your new or reconstructed building and that of your neighbors are important to understand and address at the earliest stages of your construction to avoid delays in your project.

This course is appropriate for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys.

*This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3 hours of total CLE credit.
 

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Laurie A. Stanziale, Esq.

Laurie represents domestic and international developers and owners, major construction companies, trade contractors, architects, engineers and consultants. As a business partner, she guides clients in all phases of construction law…
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ACCREDITED STATES:NY

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