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Does condo ownership only include the inside the unit from wall to wall and ceiling to floor?

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You can find the answer you want in your governing documents, and in your state's condominium law.

The state can define the border between a unit owner's property and property owned by all owners, in common. The governing documents may amend, alter or change these default definitions.


In addition to owning at least the space where you live -- however your ownership boundaries are described -- you own, with all the other owners, the common areas and limited common areas in the community.


Depending on your governing documents, you will pay property taxes on some portion of the condominium property you own, up to 100%.
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