Who can revise or amend a Declaration of Condominium Ownership document?

Answer The declaration states how it can be amended or modified. Otherwise, the state law can guide you, either the law covering condominiums or the law covering non-profit (if that's the case) corporatio... Read More »

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Does the Declaration of ownership extend beyond the sale of the Condominium units?

Once you purchase a condominium unit, whether you are its first owner or subsequent owner, the condominium declarations will always be in force.

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 »

Why is condominium or cooperative ownership referred to as hybrid ownership?

Condos and Co-ops are different. In a condo, you own the inside of your unit and the condo association owns the land it sits on. In a co-op, you own one share of stock in a corporation that entitle... Read More »

Is condominium parking space ownership without unit ownership possible?

No. Read your governing documents to discover parking space ownership options.