Can a private purchased home be part of a condominium complex?

Answer Not usually. Since all condominium owners potentially own the land and the exterior of the buildings (and more) in common, a private home and its grounds wouldn't fit within that definition. Howev... Read More »

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Is a pool at a condominium complex considered public or private?

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 »

Can a police officer issue a ticket for parking in a no parking zone in an ungated private condominium complex in California?

You can find the answer in the governing documents of the condominium complex. It is possible that the board has discussed and voted on a resolution that requires such action that includes a police... Read More »

Two people purchased home with a home owner association and are not part of the association?

If the homes are within the provenance of the association, the new owners are automatically members of the association and are required to pay monthly assessments and live in the property according... Read More »