The Condo as a Legal Entity: A Primer on Condo Law

Despite a long history and presence in cities and towns around the globe, condominiums are, too often, misunderstood by prospective buyers—which can translate to a source of conflict after buyers become owners. Regardless of its location around the world, a condominium is generally defined as a form of housing and other real estate that is individually owned among a collective.    Read the article…………


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