common areas

common areas

(1) In leaseholds, the area over which the landlord retains exclusive control and liability, such as stairwells and hallways. (2) In condominiums, all property except for the specific condominium units themselves.Common areas are owned by all condo owners in common with each other, except that access may be restricted for plumbing, electrical, and other such areas, or it may be semirestricted so that all condo owners own a portion of your balcony, but you are the only one entitled to use it.

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They will manage the common areas of the owners' residential units and apartments at Casa Flores and Eden Apartments, in Green Community, Motor City.
Al Ali said: "Through this cooperation agreement with a local brand like Stratum, real estate owners will be empowered to manage the common areas of residential units and apartments in keeping with the highest standards and quality.
Contract notice: painting of common areas, external parts and car parks and flooring work in common areas in montrouge habitat residences
The matter of designated common areas for posting political campaign materials, for instance.
The statute does not support a negligence action for breach of the duty to repair and maintain the common areas of the leased premises, the court said in an opinion written by Judge Peter Reyes.
He urged the delegation to jointly work in the common areas of interest like Biotechnology, Information Technology and Computer Sciences, Geo Informatics and Management Sciences.
To provide a brief overview, mixed-use would usually involve dividing the development into units, for which a title deed is issued to each owner, and shared or common areas, which are owned in common by the unit owners and managed via a licensed owners' association manager.
A wall between two adjacent units, restricted headroom areas or limited common areas.
The plan review overlooked federal rules for common areas, and those rules define the Habitat project as being within a "blast zone": Weyerhaueser and International Paper plants are less than half a mile away, and those plants use chemicals that could explode, so communal outdoor activities such as gardening are not allowed.
The company also offers janitorial custodial/janitorial services for grounds and common areas as well as to their newest enterprise: Rent Ready Construction Services.
Highlighted design principles that should be included in all common areas present areas that convey a sense of place and belonging for students, balance the pragmatic maintenance/organizational concerns of the administration with the psycho social needs of students, and make the student commons a true learning environment.
A porte cochere defines the main entrance to the facility around which the common areas are grouped.

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