condominium


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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 owner must lease out the condominium unit to you in the condition as to render it fit for living in.
Whether your practice includes a significant amount of condominium issues or you are a condominium owner, this book can be your "go to" resource for accurate information.
More generally, when Louisiana courts determine whether a condominium association or a unit owner has a particular power or duty, (4) they strictly interpret the powers and duties of condominium associations and unit owners under the Louisiana Condominium Act (the "LCA") and a condominium association's condominium documents.
The elegant condominiums also boast exotic wood floors throughout, gourmet kitchens with black granite countertops, etched glass backsplashes and cabinets complemented by stainless steel clad Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, Marble bathrooms feature Kohler fixtures with separate soaking tubs and glass enclosed showers, powder rooms and walk-in closets.
And they are more than happy with what Lisa LaPorta, the show's designer, wants to do to their condominium.
Meiwa Estate plans to incorporate Fujitsu's contactless palm vein authentication technology as a standard feature for other condominiums in their "Clio La Mode" urban-style condominium series.
Many will hope I'm wrong, but I think we'll see condominium prices decline rather than rise in the medium term.
Slow processing of offering plans--for condominiums, homeowners' associations and cooperatives--has been to blame for delays.
2) Future homeowner Maria De La Rosa helps dig trenches at the condominium complex where she will live.
Two of the projects that failed in the past were by the private sector, and the other was a lease-for-life condominium sponsored by a public-sector non-profit housing group.
Perhaps that is why, in deciding whether a condominium developer was obligated to pay its share of assessments for declared but unbuilt units, Florida's Fourth District Court of Appeal utterly misconstrued the condominium act.
In 1985, Mehdi and Alexandra Razavi purchased a condominium for $355,000 in South Seas Plantation (SSP) in Florida.