Need-to-Knows of Living in a New Jersey Condominium Development: Common and Limited Common Elements versus Unit property in Condominiums – Part 2

You’re in your car heading home when you turn into your condominium development. That road you just entered, it’s a common element. On your route to your unit you pass by the club house and community pool— these are common elements as well. You’re finally home as you pull into your driveway—which, by the way, probably isn’t a common element, but rather most likely a limited common element.   Read the article………….


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