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 Are fireplace chimneys considered common areas in a condo?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine exactly how your fireplace chimneys are defined. It's reasonable that they could be defined limited common areas, dedicated for individual use, but mainta... Read More »
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Measure square footage of condo include percentage of common areas?

Usually not. The square footage quoted should mirror what the unit owner owns and can sell. However, when selling a condominium, a seller can list dedicated amenities, such as an attached deck, a ... Read More »
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Are roads inside a poa subv considered common areas?

Read your governing documents to determine the extent of the common areas in your subdivision.
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Are screened porches of individual condos considered common areas?

Read your governing documents to determine the status of the porches. Usually, assets like this are noted as limited common areas: owned by the association for the benefit of a single owner.
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If common areas in a housing community are still owned by title by the developer never titled to the Home Owners Association who is responsible for the upkeep and liability of those common areas?

This is not a legal answer; your answerer is not an attorney.If the association can verify that title remains in the developer's name, the association may be able to recover costs it has expended t... Read More »
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