Why Do I Have to Pay My Neighbor to be Able to Work on My Building?

Why Do I Have to Pay My Neighbor to be Able to Work on My Building? | Andrew Weltchek

Because he can’t stop you from setting up your scaffold on his property, if that’s the only way to finish your job. It’s a trade-off. This is New York City, after all. Sometimes—in fact lots of times— the only way to work on your building is to set up on your neighbor’s property.

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