What property does the owner of a condo control?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine what you own and can therefore control personally, and what real estate assets you own in common with all other unit owners. The boundaries can be defined... Read More »

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Can the foreclosed former owner of a condo be charged with trespassing on condo property in Florida after the new certificate of title as been issued to the bank?

Since trespassing is a legal matter, you are best advised to contact your local police authority if you either want a definition of trespassing or want to press charges of trespassing.

If condo association forecloses on an owner does the lender pursue deficiency judgment against the owner or condo association?

Your attorney can help you answer this question, since it requires a legal answer.

What if the condo owner does not keep condo in good condition?

Usually the governing documents for a condominium association detail the level to which a unit owner must maintain the interior of a unit. The board may enforce the covenants of the community by se... Read More »

Can one unit owner own a majority of a condo association property?

Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this is possible within your association. Limitations may include lenders' positions on this issue.