2015 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
703. Condominiums.
703.03 Application of chapter.

WI Stat § 703.03 (2015) What's This?

703.03 Application of chapter. This chapter applies only to property, a sole owner or all of the owners of which submit the property to the provisions of this chapter by duly executing and recording a declaration as provided in this chapter.

Master-planned communities are not part of the purpose behind ch. 703's promulgation. Master-planned communities are an entirely different type and level of development than condominiums. A condominium is a multiple-unit complex, the units of which are individually owned, each owner receiving a recordable deed to the individual unit purchased and sharing in joint ownership of any common grounds or passageways. A master-planned community is a private quasi-town that may include different types of homes, including condominiums, commercial property, private streets and parks, and other recreational facilities. Just because a master-planned community has condominiums as part of the plan, a covenant governing the community is not subject to ch. 703. Solowicz v. Forward Geneva National, 2010 WI 20, 323 Wis. 2d 556, 780 N.W.2d 111, 08-0010.

History: 1977 c. 407.

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