2010 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 27 - Horizontal Property
Part 1 - Horizontal Property
66-27-108 - Recordation and conveyance of apartments.

66-27-108. Recordation and conveyance of apartments.

(a)  The deed of each individual apartment shall be recorded in the same manner and subject to the same provisions of law as are deeds. Likewise shall mortgages of each individual apartment be recorded subject to the provisions of law applicable to the recording of mortgages. Likewise shall other instruments conveying or affecting title to individual apartments be recorded as in the case of recording of such instruments affecting title to real property.

(b)  Any conveyance of an individual apartment shall be deemed to also convey the undivided interest of the owner in the common elements, both general and limited, appertaining to that apartment without specifically or particularly referring to the same. In the case of private elements, a conveyance shall be deemed to convey the undivided membership of the private element owner in the townhouse corporation.

[Acts 1963, ch. 124, § 8; T.C.A., § 64-2708; Acts 1990, ch. 823, § 11.]  

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