The Common Property
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An inherent condition is that each shared house will also have a common property, and without common property, it is impossible to register a shared place.
Joint property is defined in the law as follows: “All parts of the common house except the parts registered as apartments, including the ground, roofs, exterior walls, foundation, stairwells, elevators, shelters, as well as heating or water installations, etc. intended for all or most even if they are in the area of a particular apartment. ”
For example, the piping of an air conditioner, which passes through the shared house’s walls and is used by only one apartment, is not common property as long as it has not been specifically registered as such.