Condominium is a form of ownership that produces separate parcels of land and a structure of local government within multi-unit developments. As one form of common interest community, condominium packages private property with a co-ownership interest in common property and rights to participate in the governing organisation. A statutory innovation, the condominium form has been adopted in jurisdictions around the world and has quickly become the dominant form of land ownership for new-build housing in many cities. As an increasingly prominent feature of urban real estate, condominium is changing the nature of ownership and of local government, and is one of the defining institutions of our time.
Doug Harris is a professor and the Nathan T. Nemetz Chair in Legal History at UBC’s Allard School of Law. He teaches and writes in property law and legal history, with a focus on condominium or strata property law. He is also a member of the Law & Cities Research Group and much of his recent work considers the manner in which condominium ownership is changing what it means to be landowner and how the prevalence of condominium developments is affecting the nature and character of government in cities.
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