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Trump Place asks if it can be called by any other name

Condo's board seeking a declaratory judgment that it has the right to use or remove the letters without violating its licensing agreement

A building at 200 Riverside Boulevard in Manhattan known as Trump Place. The building's board is embroiled in a legal dispute with DJT Holdings, a corporate entity owned by President Donald Trump, over whether it has the right to remove the letters from the side of the building.

New York

MUST a New York City condominium forever bear the name T-R-U-M-P in large, brasslike letters?

Or can it choose to take them down in favour, perhaps, of what a majority of residents believe is a more dignified name, 200 Riverside Blvd, its simple street address?


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