i own a condo on cape cod. should the condo fee mirror beneficial interest?
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
I am unsure of your question. If you are asking whether your condo fees should conform to your interest in the condo I would suggest that you review the Declaration of Trust and Master Deed to explore means of potentially increasing / decreasing condo fees / dues. Have you discussed this with other unit owners?
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Your agreement to pay the fee should outline the purpose of same.
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Real Estate Attorney
I believe the answer to your question is no. This is typically the case, but not always. Look to your master deed and trust.
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