Definition : Piping and wiring.

All conduits, pipes, cables or others dedicated in particular to the conveyance of fluids (e.g. drinking water, rainwater or sewage), energy (e.g. electricity or gas) and data transmission (e.g. telephone communications, internet, etc.). In divided co-ownership, the piping and wiring is presumed to be a common portion. It is therefore the responsibility of the syndicate of co-owners to ensure its maintenance and preservation.

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