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Condo Laws

 

Author: Chris Boggs

This reference gives you the condominium law, the horizontal property law, the common ownership law, or whatever it is called of every state. Useful and needed whether you insure the association or the unit owner.

 

Alabama35-8 and 8A
Alaska34.08
ArizonaTitle 33; Chapter 9
Arkansas18.2.13
CaliforniaCivil Code; Div. 4, Pt. 5
Colorado38.33
Connecticut47.825 and 47.828
Delaware25.22 and 25.81
FloridaTitle XL Chap. 718
Georgia44.3.3
Hawaii3.28.514A514B514C
Idaho55.15
Illinois765.605610615
Indiana32.25
IowaTitle XII; Chapter 499B
Kansas58.46
KentuckyTitle XXXII; Chap. 381.8-- (Horizontal Property Law)
LouisianaRS9:1122 to 9:1124
Maine33.10
MarylandReal Property; Title 11
MassachusettsPart II; Title I; Chap. 183A
MichiganChapter 559
MinnesotaChapters 515515A515B
Mississippi89-9
MissouriTitle XXIX Chap. 448
Montana70.23
Nebraska76-801 to 76-894
NevadaTitle 10; Chaps. 116116A116B117
New HampshireTitle XXXI; Chap. 356B
New Jersey46:8B
New Mexico47. 77A7B7C7D
New YorkRPP 9-B.339-D to 339-KK
North Carolina47C
North Dakota47-04.1
OhioTitle 53; Chap. 5311
Oklahoma60-501 to 60-530
OregonVol. 3; Ch. 100
PennsylvaniaTitle 68; Part II; Subpart B
Rhode Island34-3634-36.1
South Carolina27-31
South Dakota43-15A
Tennessee66-27
TexasProperty Code; Title 7.82
Utah57-8
Vermont27-15 and Title 27A
VirginiaTitle 55; Chaps. 4.1 and 4.2
Washington64-34
West Virginia36A and 36B
WisconsinProperty; Chapter 703
Wyoming34-20


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First published: January 6, 2017


 

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