The new law signed by Governor Paterson a few months ago which requires landlords to disclose to potential tenants a one year history of any bedbug infestation, also applies to co-op and condo members in buildings as well. If your co-op apartment is invaded by bedbugs can you demand that the co-op board pay for the extermination? It depends whether the bedbug problem originated in your unit or in a common area like the lobby, the laundry room or an elevator. For those who are forced to go to Court to seek reimbursement for this expense, in most cases the Courts are holding the building responsible.
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