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Overview:

Generally —not always— condominiums are organised by statutes that govern the use of communal elements, impose restrictions or prohibitions on certain activities or make conditions for exercising some rights

For this purposes, it has been convenient to refer to those more relevant statute clauses in accordance with the local systems. It’s also important the LR response in the event of
statute clause or provision contrary to Law, particularly if Land Registrars must or not refuse registration thereof.

LR systems often don’t provide information or restrictedly about statutes that govern the condominium in the event of information on the apartment.


1. Are statutes governing a condominium subject to registration or not?

2. Which statute clauses would you emphasise or consider more relevant?

3. In your LR system, if there was a statute clause or provision contrary to Law, should Land Registrars refuse registration thereof? If yes, provide an example. If not, explain briefly the reasons.

4. Formal publicity of statutes: What is the procedure to get LR information about statutes? How do interested parties look at the statute?

5. Particularly: if interested parties asked for LR information about an apartment, would information about condominium statutes also provided?