Ruling Might Require Retrofitting Front Entrances for Disabled Tenants

November 21, 2011
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In a decision that affects all residential buildings in New York City, a Bronx Supreme Court recently ruled that front entrances must be made handicapped-accessible at the request of a disabled resident, unless doing so would be physically impractical and cost prohibitive.

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