Definition : Declaration of co-ownership - Opposability

A legal principle creating obligations for a person in relation with a legal deed to which the latter is not a party. For example, any co-owner is bound by the declaration of co-ownership, even though he has not signed it, and by its amendments, even if he has voted against them.

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  The declaration of co-ownership is a convention that organizes and regulates the collective life of the co-owners and occupants of the building. This Convention defines in particular their rights and obligations. It is usually developed unilaterally by the developer or owner of the building. Legally, the declaration of co-ownership is a real contract of adhesion, because any new co-owner is obliged to adhere to it. This is a key legal document. Its publication gives rise to the co-ownership and the syndicate. Look at the different aspects of the declaration of co-ownership.  
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  The declaration of co-ownership includes all the rules ensuring the efficient management of a co-ownership. It also specifies the conditions of use and enjoyment of the private and common portions.
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