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 Who pays for property insurance in a condominium?

Answer In a condominium usually the board pays for property insurance on all common areas. An individual owner pays for 4 walls, the ceiling, the floor, the inside of the door, and everything in between.
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Who pays the property taxes for a condominium unit in Florida?

If Florida is like most other states, a condominium unit owner pays property taxes for the unit.
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Do condominium owners have to have insurance in accordance with the Illinois condominium property act?

If the Illinois Condominium Property Act says that you **shall** have insurance -- not **may** -- and lays out specific terms and conditions, you are strongly urged to obey the law. In the case of ... Read More »
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You are separated if you purchase a condominium with your own earnings will the condominium be considered marital property?

Any answer must depend on the marital property laws in the state where you live/ claim residence, and any property agreements made in your separation documents.Your lawyer will give you a correct a... Read More »
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Is a locker or storage in a condominium a common property or limited common property?

Read your governing documents to identify which definition applies to your particular locker or storage area. There is no standard.
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