Legal act by which a syndicate of co-owners disposes of the ownership of an immovable. For example, the syndicate sells :
The creation of servitudes against the common portions is also considered an deed of alienation of immovable property (e.g. a right of way granted to a neighbour). In matters relating to deeds of alienation, the general meeting of co-owners must approve them by a double majority.
The resolutions of the General Meeting of the co-owners are adopted or rejected, as the case may be, if a majority is reached or not. Depending on the repercussions such resolutions may have on the co-ownership, the majority required will be more or less difficult to achieve. The General Meeting of the co-owners adjudicates at two different majority levels: absolute majority and double majorities (enhanced majorities).