Management Company Can’t Own Member’s Parking Space
Facts: A condo community has 20 units and 30 parking spaces. At the start of the association, one parking space was assigned to each condominium and 10 spaces were unassigned. A provision in the condominium's declaration permitted the developer to sell the unassigned spaces to members or to third-party non-condominium owners. Under the declaration, no person other than the developer could sell or lease a parking space to a non-condominium owner.
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