Is a lawn considered a common area in condominiums?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine the extent of the lawn common area, and which, if any, portions of lawn are under the care and maintenance of individual owners. There is no standard.

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Is the common area of condominiums considered public as far as the building code goes?

Common area is the terminology used to describe real estate assets owned by a common interest community, owned in common by all owners, as opposed to assets completed owned by individual member own... Read More »

What is the Illinois law regarding smoking in common condominiums area?

Regardless of the state law -- unless it gives you unmitigated entitlement to smoke anywhere you like -- your governing documents determine smoke-free areas within the community.

What is considered common area in a condominium?

There is no standard. Read your governing documents to identify the dividing line between what you own individually, and what is owned by all owners in common. Often this line is defined as 'the ... Read More »

Is the pool considered a common area?

Read your governing documents to determine the legal boundaries of pool ownership. There is no standard. Your community's pool could either be a common area reserved for use by owners, or otherwise... Read More »