2017 Mississippi Code
Title 89 - Real and Personal Property
Chapter 9 - Condominiums
§ 89-9-35. Action for partition of condominium project by sale thereof
Where several persons own condominiums, as defined in the Mississippi Condominium Law, in a condominium project, as defined in said law, an action may be brought by one or more of such persons for partition thereof by sale of the entire project, as though the owners of all of the condominiums in such project were tenants in common in the entire project in the same proportion as their interests in the common areas; provided, however, that a partition shall be made only upon the showing that: (1) three (3) years after damage or destruction to the project which renders a material part thereof unfit for its use prior thereto, the project has not been rebuilt or repaired substantially to its state prior to its damage or destruction, or (2) that three-fourths ( 3/4) or more of the project has been destroyed or substantially damaged, and that condominium owners holding in aggregate more than a fifty percent (50%) interest in the common areas are opposed to repair or restoration of the project, or (3) that the project has been in existence in excess of fifty (50) years, that it is obsolete and uneconomic, and that condominium owners holding in aggregate more than a fifty percent (50%) interest in the common areas are opposed to repair or restoration of the project, or (4) that conditions for such a partition by sale set forth in the declaration of restrictions entered into with respect to such project, pursuant to the provisions of the Mississippi Condominium Law, have been met.