2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.560 - Conveyance or encumbrance of common elements.

NV Rev Stat § 116B.560 (2015) What's This?

1. Portions of the common elements of a condominium hotel may be conveyed or subjected to a security interest by the association if persons entitled to cast at least a majority of the votes in the association or any larger percentage otherwise specified in the declaration agree to such action. All owners of units to which any limited common element is allocated must agree in order to convey that limited common element or subject it to a security interest. Proceeds of the sale are an asset of the association.

2. An agreement to convey or subject common elements in a condominium hotel to a security interest must be evidenced by the execution of an agreement, or ratifications thereof, in the same manner as a deed, by the requisite number of units’ owners. The agreement must specify a date after which the agreement will be void unless recorded before that date. The agreement and all ratifications thereof must be recorded in every county in which a portion of the condominium hotel is situated, and is effective only upon recordation.

3. The association, on behalf of the units’ owners, may contract to convey an interest in the common elements pursuant to subsection 1, but the contract is not enforceable against the association until approved pursuant to subsections 1 and 2. Upon approval, the association has all powers necessary and appropriate to effect the conveyance or encumbrance, including the power to execute deeds or other instruments.

4. Unless made pursuant to this section, any purported conveyance, encumbrance, judicial sale or other voluntary transfer of common elements is void.

5. A conveyance or encumbrance of common elements pursuant to this section does not deprive any unit of its rights of access and support.

6. Unless the declaration otherwise provides, a conveyance or encumbrance of common elements pursuant to this section does not affect the priority or validity of preexisting encumbrances.

(Added to NRS by 2007, 2232)

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