Occupancy Limitation Update
When New York published reopening guidance in the spring, the occupancy restriction was one of the most unclear mandates. Most of the guidance documents state that “responsible parties” must limit occupancy—including workers, visitors and customers—to 50% or less of the maximum occupancy for a particular area, as set by the certificate of occupancy. This limitation has created much confusion throughout the reopening process, because many businesses’ certificates of occupancy do not indicate a maximum occupancy.
Caitlin Anderson, Esq., Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC
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