With a New York City co-op the proof of your ownership is your stock certificate and proprietary lease. In a co-op, you don’t own the apartment but rather you own shares in a corporation. Getting a new stock certificate can be an onerous process depending on the building and management. If you have a loan, your lender probably has it as collateral so check with them first. If not then it can be more expensive to recover. Read the full article here.
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After reading your article A stick certificate and proprietary lease has been lost for a nyc cooperative apartment My Dad misplaced his original and the management and coop board refuses to give him anotherThere reason is that they have already given him 3 and will not give him another.Their are no liens on the apartment .Can you direct me to the next steos
I am sorry but I did not see this comment somehow. I apologize for that. I hope this was resolved and if not, I am happy to help you in anyway I can to get this taken care of. Again, my apologies for not seeing this sooner.
LOST OUR DEED TO OUR COOP AT 200 EAST 78TH ST AND WANT TO TRANSFER TITILE TO MY WIFE. how do i get help
Sorry for the delayed response. You can contact an attorney to help to transfer the deed and recover the proprietary lease and stock certificate. Management should be able to help you as well.
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