See Condominium declaration.
The instrument that legally establishes a condominium; also called condominium declaration.
Used by a condominium developer for recording a condominium development. It divides a single property into individually owned units, includes use restrictions and provides for ownership of common areas.
In a condominium development, the document recorded to reflect the location of the project and the individual units.
Deed filed by the developer or converter of a condominium for the purposes of recording all of the individual condominium units owned within a condominium complex.
The principal conveyance document used by the owners of land on which condominiums are located. ( See fictitious deeds of trust )
Used by condominium developers, or person converting a building to condominium ownership, for recording a condo development. It divides a single property into individually owned units, includes restrictions on their use and provides for ownership of common areas. Source: Barron‘s Dictionary of Real Estate Terms, sixth edition
The basic condominium document that must be registered by the originating property owner prior to conveyance of the first unit sold.