2011 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 34 - PROPERTY, CONVEYANCES AND SECURITY TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 20 - CONDOMINIUM OWNERSHIP
34-20-102. Condominium ownership recognized; fee simple estate in air space and common elements; inseparability.


WY Stat § 34-20-102 (1997 through Reg Sess) What's This?

Condominium ownership of real property is recognized in this state. Whether created before or after the date of this chapter, such ownership shall be deemed to consist of a separate fee simple estate in an individual air space unit of a multi-unit property together with an undivided fee simple interest in common elements. The separate estate of any condominium owner of an individual air space unit and his common ownership of such common elements as are appurtenant to his individual air space unit by the terms of the recorded declaration shall be inseparable for any period of condominium ownership that is prescribed by the said recorded declaration.

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