Commentary

40 Extent of commonhold units: some practical considerations

COMMONHOLD vol 8(1)
| Commentary

40 Extent of commonhold units: some practical considerations

| Commentary

40 Extent of commonhold units: some practical considerations

As noted above, a commonhold unit need not contain all or part of a building, and may consist of two or more areas, which need not adjoin one another. Thus a flat and a parking space can constitute a single commonhold unit or they can constitute two separate units.

A commonhold unit may be freely transferred as a whole, whereas a transfer of part of a unit generally requires the consent of the commonhold association, so that the commonhold community statement cannot require the consent of the association to be obtained to

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