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Legal Topics: Condominiums and Common Interest Ownership Communities
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Minnesota Statutes topic index for Common Interest Communities, Condominiums
Condominium and Townhome Associations
Coleman, Marlene and William Huss. Homeowners Association and You: Ultimate Guide to Harmonious Community Living. (Sphinx Pub. 2006). Self Help Collection KF576 .Z9 C65 2006.
Uniform Condominium Act, Minn. Stat. Chapter 515A
Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act, Minn. Stat. Chapter 515B
Resources: (Print resources are available at the Law Library and in county law libraries around the state.)
Common interest communities / [prepared by Gina M. Fox, Shaun C. McElhatton]; Minnesota State Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, KFM5514.C6 F69 2011
Condominiums and Co-Ops, from FindLaw.
Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, from FindLaw.
Establishing and Operating Homeowners' Associations in Minnesota. (Lorman Education Services, 2006) KFM5514.C6 E87 2006.
Formation and Operation of Common Interest Communities. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2004) Retired Collection KFM5514.C6 F67 2004.
Homeowners Associations, from FindLaw.
Evans, Denise L. How to Buy a Condominium or Townhouse: Practical Advice from a Real Estate Expert. (Sphinx Pub., 2006). Self Help Collection KF 581 .Z9 E82 2006.
Minimizing problems: Dealing with Condominium Developments and Homeowners' Associations in Minnesota. (NBI, 2007) KFM5514.C6 M56 2007.
A general form for a Notice of Lien for Unpaid Condominium Common Charges can be found in 23 West's Legal Forms, Real Estate Transactions, Commercial §43.10 (4th ed. Thomson West, 2003-2007) Reference KF170 .W4
Understanding property law - John G. Sprankling KF561 .S67 2012
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