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Parking and Storage Spaces Not Association Property upon Turnover of Developer Control

21 Mar Parking and Storage Spaces Not Association Property upon Turnover of Developer Control

A Florida appeals court held that a condominium developer did not improperly transfer parking and storage spaces to itself prior to turning over control of the association to unit owners, thereby preventing those limited common elements from becoming the association’s property.  Read a complete summary of this and other important cases at CAI’s Community Association Law Reporter site.