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I live in a NYC co-op. About 2 years ago I had a dispute with the co-op board, we went to court, but never to trial. We settled by a series of agreements. The judge refused to award legal fees to either side. However, the co-op board put their legal fees on my maintenance bill. They refuse to take it off or answer my inquiries. It has gotten so that I am not able to figure out my monthly maintentance. I told them so and the managing agent doesn't answer.
If the judge said no legal fees to either side, is this considered contempt of court? Is there anything I can do? I don't want to sound
cliche, but this is deliberate. I hear they were angry they didn't win their case.
The fees are for your agreement with the building, not a court judgement.
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