Small structure, usually without foundations, which is intended to be used for storage outside a residential building. It can be a temporary, permanent, removable, or non-removable construction, which is usually located in the backyard.
In the case of a real estate transaction in a divided co-ownership, the certificate of location of the private portion is not always sufficient. A certified copy of the certificate of location of the entire building could also be requested. It is this certificate of location that will inform the buyer of the compliance of the overall property with respect to laws and regulations, encroachments, servitudes, as well as possible restrictions regarding the addition of a pool, sheds, for example.