What are my rights?
The best part about living in a co-op is that your membership never expires — it's almost impossible to get evicted.
What you should know
Disputes between co-op members can be resolved informally
It’s fairly easy to appeal certain types of co-op board decisions
Take action to evict a co-op member
First off: A member can’t be evicted without due process
Step 1. The board reviews the complaint(s) against a member
Step 2. The member has to be given time to fix the problem
Step 3. The board meets to discuss termination
Step 4. The board decides whether or not to terminate the membership
Step 5. The co-op can recover an evicted member’s unpaid housing charge
Who can help