Question

 Are storm windows in a condo considered common elements?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine who owns the storm windows, or if the definition of storm windows is written there. There is no standard in condominiums about who owns storm windows. In ... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_storm_windows_in_a_condo_considered_common_elements

Top Q&A For: Are storm windows in a condo considered common ...

Common structural elements of a condo?

Read your governing documents to determine which real estate assets you own, and which are owned in common with all other owners. Generally, there is a boundary inside your unit where your ownershi... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Common_structural_elements_of_a_condo

Are limited common elements at condominium complex considered private?

Your answer depends on what 'private' use you expect of the limited common area that is dedicated to your unit. Limited common areas are subject to inspection by the association or its agents, main... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_limited_common_elements_at_condominium_complex_considered...

Are fireplace chimneys considered common areas in a condo?

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 »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_fireplace_chimneys_considered_common_areas_in_a_condo

Are the walls located between two condominium units considered common elements?

Read your governing documents to understand the line between what you own individually and what you own with all other owners.The line is usually described as 'the skin', 'the wallboard', 'the stud... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_the_walls_located_between_two_condominium_units_considere...


feedback
loading