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Guzov, LLC’s Debra Guzov Gives Insight to the New York Times’ Ask Real Estate

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In this week’s Ask Real Estate section of the New York Times, Debra Guzov explained what steps condo owners can take when their neighbors fail to clean up after a party.It is very likely that the failure to clean up this outdoor space amounts to a violation of the offending tenants’ lease,” said Debra J. Guzov, a lawyer in Manhattan.

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