N.Y. Multiple Dwelling Law Section 278
Application of other provisions


The provisions of this article apply to buildings with residential, mixed or joint living-work quarters or artists’ occupancy as herein provided and to such buildings only. In addition to the provisions of this article, the following enumerated articles and sections of this chapter shall, to the extent required therein, apply to such buildings: Article 1. Introductory provisions: definitions 2. Miscellaneous application provisions except sub- division two of section nine 8. Requirements and remedies 9. Registry of names and service of papers 10. Prostitution 11. Laws repealed; saving clause; effect Section 28. Two or more buildings on same lot 29. Painting of courts and shafts 31. Size of rooms, subdivision six only 37. Artificial hall lighting 53. Fire-escapes 55. Wainscoting, subdivision two only 56. Frame buildings and extensions 57. Bells; mail receptacles 58. Incombustible materials 59. Bakeries and fat boiling 60. Motor vehicle storage 61. Business uses (except paragraph c of subdivision one and subdivision three) 62. Parapets, guard railings and wires 2. Failure to comply with any provision of this chapter other than this article and the above enumerated articles and sections shall not be grounds for refusal of a certificate of occupancy or compliance.

Source: Section 278 — Application of other provisions, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/MDW/278 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

Jun. 22, 2024

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