Definition : Act of alienation of immovables by the syndicate of co-owners

Legal act by which a syndicate of co-owners disposes of the right of ownership of an immovable. For example, the syndicate sells :

The creation of servitudes against the common portions is also considered an act of alienation of immovable property (e.g. a servitude of right of way granted to a neighbour). In matters relating to acts of alienation, the general meeting of co-owners must approve them by a double majority.


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