The Limits Of Exclusive Use Rights In Condominium Common Areas (MA)

It’s not unusual for condominium documents to set aside parts of the development’s common area for the exclusive use of particular units. This device allows the developer to offer a degree of privacy in decks, driveways, garages, attics, and similar spaces that are affiliated with, but outside of, a unit. But how exclusive is an exclusive use area? The Massachusetts Appeals Court answered this question in a recent decision.    Read the article…………..


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