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Synonyms for condominium

one of the dwelling units in a condominium

housing consisting of a complex of dwelling units (as an apartment house) in which each unit is individually owned

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The first way has economic nature and it is linked to the development of technical capacity of production used in rural agriculture and to the general change of economic conditions, occurred with age in the production and sale of goods in exchange of capital, change limiting until demolition the condominium law and separating the congregation into village households, thus giving rise to self-stratification and social tensions between the peasantry and nobility.
13) Condominium law in Hawaii not only mandates disclosure, but sets a bare minimum funding level, requiring associations to collect a minimum of 50% of the full amount required to fund the estimated replacement reserves for that fiscal year.
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He also co-authored the 1997 amendment to Hawaii's condominium law that defined an association's obligation to fund reserves.
He is also a contributory author to The Florida Bar's treatise, Florida Condominium Law and Practice, Second Edition, where he co-authored the chapter on The Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes.
com)-- The Florida based Leshin Law Firm, a distinguished practice well-known for its commercial litigation, bankruptcy and foreclosure work, recently unveiled a new condominium law service.
TRD: Talel, who is chair of the city bar association's cooperative and condominium law committee, said that if an owner can't raise enough money to pay the maintenance, a board can try other legal remedies before starting default proceedings.
Nancy Campiglia, an Orlando-based partner at Akerman Senterfitt practicing in real estate, condominium law, and residential and commercial condominium creation, will oversee the pro bono work.
Just as Alice discovered in Wonderland, what is usual in condominium law is frequently the unusual.
Perhaps the most significant recent event to occur in the real estate industry is a change made, by popular request, to Spain's Condominium Law, which corrected imperfections that existed for more than 30 years.
Pry's practice focuses on real estate transactional law and finance, including conveyancing, development, leasing, commercial lending and finance transactions, condominium law and association law.
She is also an adjunct law professor at New York Law School and a faculty member for the New York State Judicial Institute, where she educates State Court Judges and Court Attorneys on developments in coop and condominium law.
In addition to his corporate and litigation work, Adrian is legal advisor on condominium law and smoke-free housing issues to the Technical Assistance Legal Center, a project of the Public Health Institute.
The Dubai Condominium Law will set proper guidelines on the management of common areas and facilities u collectively referred to as aestrataAE u in multi-user developments.
A bill that would make several amendments to Florida's condominium law was unanimously approved in both the House and Senate.