2018 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 27 - Multiple Ownership of Property
Part 5 - Tennessee Condominium Act of 2008 -- Units Restricted to Residential Purposes
§ 66-27-502. Responsibility to provide information.
(a) The association, upon request from a unit owner, a purchaser or any lender to either a unit owner or a purchaser, or their respective authorized agents, shall provide to the requesting party, within ten (10) business days following the date of the association's receipt of the request, the information specified in § 66-27-503, to the extent applicable. It shall be the responsibility of a unit owner to advise a purchaser or lender, upon request, how the association may be contacted. The association will be entitled to charge a reasonable fee for providing the information that, if not paid, may be assessed against the unit whose owner, lender, or purchaser requested the information.
(b) When construction of a condominium is not yet complete, a declarant, prior to the first sale of any interest in a unit to a third-party purchaser, shall upon request, and within ten (10) business days following the date of the declarant's receipt of the request, provide the information specified in § 66-27-503, to the extent applicable and to the extent available, to any purchaser or prospective lender to a purchaser. If any of the information is not available within ten (10) business days following the date of the request, then it shall be provided at least ten (10) business days prior to closing of the sale of the unit.
(c) The party requesting the information shall be entitled to rely on the information provided, unless the party has actual knowledge to the contrary.
(d) Any request to be made or information to be provided under this part shall be provided in writing or by electronic means, which may include, without limitation, by email or posting to a web site and providing a link and access to the web site.