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§4780 - Wood-Destroying Pests

  1. In a community apartment project, condominium project, or stock cooperative, unless otherwise provided in the declaration, the association is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the common area occasioned by the presence of wood-destroying pests or organisms.

§4635 - Planned Development

In a planned development, any conveyance, judicial sale, or other voluntary or involuntary transfer of the separate interest includes the undivided interest in the common area, if any exists. Any conveyance, judicial sale, or other voluntary or involuntary transfer of the owner's entire estate also includes the owner's membership interest in the association.

§4175 - Planned Development

"Planned development" means a real property development other than a community apartment project, a condominium project, or a stock cooperative, having either or both of the following features:

§4100 - Common Interest Development

"Common interest development" (CID) means any of the following:

  1. A community apartment project.
  2. A condominium project.
  3. A planned development.
  4. A stock cooperative.

HOA Maintenance Responsibility in Condominiums and Planned Unit Developments

If you find areas of your HOA's governing documents are unclear in assigning responsibility for certain building components, you are not alone.  Determining who pays for what maintenance or repair cost is one of the most confusing situations a homeowner association has to handle. In condominiums and planned unit developments, different area classifications and aged buildings (that require more than just reroofing and exterior paint) complicate matters even further. Where the lines are drawn between homeowner and HOA responsibility greatly depends on whether the development is a condominium or a planned unit development (PUD).

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