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Types of Condominiums: Part 2: Standard Condominiums

Robson Carpenter
Publication date:
September 28, 2023
Article Summary: 

Discusses vacant land condominiums as part four of its series on types of condominiums. Vacant land condominiums refer to units with no structures at the time of registration. This type of condominium allows developers to sell units before the entire condominium is constructed. Common elements typically include roads, parking, and additional amenities. Vacant land condominiums are commonly used for single detached buildings, including residential, industrial, or commercial units. The article points out notable differences between vacant land condominiums and standard condominiums, such as the ability to register the declaration and description before construction, stricter restrictions on building size and appearance, different maintenance and repair obligations, and no obligation for the condominium to provide insurance for units. The article concludes by mentioning that the next post will be the last in the series.


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Robson Carpenter
Types of Condominiums: Part 2: Standard Condominiums
September 28, 2023
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