A New York Condominium cannot exist without a Board of Managers. The Board is required by the law that enables the creation of the condominium and is mandated by the section of law in the Condominium Act in relation to the required By Laws:
You could reach out to the New York State Attorney General, Real Estate Finance Bureau:
There must be a Board. I suggest you hire a coop and condo lawyer.
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