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 What is difference between an attached and detached Condominium?

Answer Attached condominiums are attached to something: a garage or another condominium. A detached condominium is not attached to anything.
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Is the spring attached to an automated garage door considered part of the common area of a condominium?

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Would a dock that is attached to a condominium with boat slips which are deeded to individual owners of units in condo be part of the common elements?

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