2000 Minnesota Code
Chapters 500 - 515B Property Interests and Liens
Chapter 515B Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act
Section 515B.2-109 Common elements and limited common elements.
515B.2-109 Common elements and limited common elements.
(a) Except as limited by the declaration or this chapter, common elements other than limited common elements may be used in common by all unit owners. Limited common elements are designated for the exclusive use of the unit owners of the unit or units to which the limited common elements are allocated, subject to subsection (b) and the rights of the association as set forth in the declaration, the bylaws or this chapter.
(b) Except for the limited common elements described in section 515B.2-102, subsections (d) and (f), the declaration shall specify to which unit or units each limited common element is allocated.
(c) An allocation of limited common elements may be changed by an amendment to the declaration executed by the unit owners between or among whose units the reallocation is made and the association. The amendment shall be approved by the board of directors of the association as to form, and compliance with the declaration and this chapter. The association shall establish fair and reasonable procedures and time frames for the submission and processing of the reallocations, and shall maintain records thereof. If approved, the association shall cause the amendment to be recorded promptly. The amendment shall be effective when recorded. The association may require the unit owners requesting the reallocation to pay all fees and costs for reviewing, preparing and recording the amendment and any amended CIC plat.
HIST: 1993 c 222 art 2 s 9; 1995 c 92 s 9; 1999 c 11 art 2 s 8
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