Condominiums and Common Interest Ownership Communities
Statutes: (Additional statutes, regulations & opinions may apply to your specific situation.)
Resources: (Print resources are available at the Minnesota State 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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