New York Consolidated Laws, Multiple Dwelling Law - MDW § 305. Violation of local laws and regulations

Any owner, architect, builder, contractor, sub-contractor, construction superintendent or their agents who shall, in the construction or alteration of any building or structure intended to be occupied as a multiple dwelling, knowingly violate any of the provisions of local laws, ordinances, rules or regulations shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.


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