Burr Alert: The Condominium Form of Ownership

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In Alabama, contractors and subcontractors performing work involving common elements of the condominium at the request and direction of a condominium association should be aware of unique laws applicable to their lien rights and the rights and remedies available to the unit owners in the condominium. Typically a declaration of condominium defines the common elements as the structural components of a building including the roof and exterior materials. However, a developer has great flexibility in deciding what portions of the property are designated as common elements, limited common elements and units.

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