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 What is a declarant?

Answer The term declarant is an important term in the Federal Rules of Evidence and the rules of evidence in most states. The word declarant is particularly significant to rules of evidence involving sta... Read More »
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Can the rights of a declarant be conveyed to a non declarant?

Probably not, unless the declarant sells the entire project, including unsold units and un-built land to another developer. In that case, then, another association-savvy attorney who represents the... Read More »
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Can a Declaration of Condominium Ownership be completely revised in later years or amended by someone other than the original declarant?

Yes. Over time, the original declarant or developer generally fades from the picture, unless the developer maintains ownership of one or more units.Your existing governing documents provide for the... Read More »
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