Did Owner, Manager Have Notice of Illegal Loft Conversion?

November 17, 2010
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Facts: A visitor to an art gallery that consisted of the storage mezzanine (loft) and first floor of a seven-story mixed-use building fell from the loft, which had been used as a bedroom by the tenant for 11 years. There was a knee-high wall around the perimeter of the loft, which overlooked the first floor where artwork had been set up. The tenant installed shutters on top of the wall for privacy when he had converted the loft from a storage area to a bedroom.

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