I ought this condo, will be 5 years in August, anyway's my daughter has been living in it ever since, I make the payment. Anyway's I just got a call yesterday from one of the board members and he told me that she can not be living there, because I am the owner and not her, cause I guess it says in the bylaws the owner has to be the one living there, what can I do to get her name put onto my condo also. They never have had any trouble or anything like that, someone just realized after almost 5 years it's a rule in the bylaws. I need help figuring out what to do.
You need to transfer the ownership of the condominium unit to your daughter, which will require signing and recording a deed. That process will be more complicated if the condominium unit is encumbered by a mortgage. I am changing the Practice Area so that your question might be answered by Real Estate Attorneys.
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