2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.340 - Allocation of allocated interests.

NV Rev Stat § 116B.340 (2015) What's This?

1. The declaration must allocate to each unit, including any unit owned by the declarant or hotel unit owner, as applicable, a fraction or percentage of undivided interests in the common elements and in the common expenses of the association and a portion of the votes in the association.

2. The declaration may allocate to each residential unit, including any residential unit owned by the declarant or the hotel unit owner, as applicable, a fraction or percentage of the liability for shared expenses and other charges of the hotel unit owner. Unless the declaration provides otherwise, residential units are not allocated an undivided interest in the ownership of the hotel unit or the shared components.

3. The declaration must state the formulas used to establish allocations of interests and to establish each residential unit’s allocated liability for shared expenses. Unless the declaration provides otherwise, the formula used to allocate interests and to allocate liability for shared expenses must be based on the square footage of the residential units. Those allocations of interest and allocations of liability for shared expenses must not discriminate in favor of any unit within the condominium hotel.

4. The declaration may provide:

(a) That different allocations of votes are made to the units on particular matters specified in the declaration;

(b) For cumulative voting only for the purpose of electing members of the executive board;

(c) For class voting on specified issues affecting the class if necessary to protect valid interests of the class;

(d) For the hotel unit owner’s ability to prohibit use of the shared components by residential unit owners or the tenants or guests of the residential unit owners for violation of reasonable rules and regulations as may be established by the hotel unit owner. If the hotel unit owner prohibits use of the shared components, such prohibition may not restrict use of the shared components as is necessary for vehicular or pedestrian ingress or egress to or from the residential unit; and

(e) For the hotel unit owner’s ability to convey or subject the shared components and the portions of the hotel unit not designated as shared components to a security interest without the approval of other units’ owners.

5. Except for minor variations because of rounding, the sum of the liabilities for common expenses allocated at any time to all the units must each equal one if stated as a fraction or 100 percent if stated as a percentage. In the event of discrepancy between an allocated interest and the result derived from application of the pertinent formula, the allocated interest prevails.

6. Except for minor variations because of rounding, the sum of the liabilities for shared expenses allocated at any time to all the residential units must each equal one if stated as a fraction or 100 percent if stated as a percentage. In the event of any discrepancy between a specific residential unit’s allocated share of liability for shared expenses and the result derived from the application of the pertinent formula, the specific residential unit’s allocation of liability for shared expenses prevails.

7. In a condominium hotel, the common elements are not subject to partition, and any purported conveyance, encumbrance, judicial sale or other voluntary or involuntary transfer of an undivided interest in the common elements made without the unit to which that interest is allocated is void.

8. If units may be added to or withdrawn from the condominium hotel, the declaration must state the formulas to be used to reallocate the allocated interests and the allocations of liability for shared expenses among all units included in the condominium hotel after the addition or withdrawal.

(Added to NRS by 2007, 2203)

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