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Part Ownership – Your Ownership of Rooms not Intended for Residential Use

Pursuant to the German Condominium Act (WEG), part ownership refers to those areas of a housing estate defined in the condominium declaration as individual freehold ownership of rooms not intended for residential use in connection with the co-ownership share of the commonhold property (Art. 1, Sec. 3, WEG).

Areas in question may include other rooms outside the enclosed apartments, such as a basement cubicle, a share of the attic, or a commercial unit.

Aside from part-owned property in the strict sense, the condominium declaration may expressly rededicate individual freehold property to alternative usage, such as residential use possibly in combination with other use types. Then again, the term part ownership refers to a condo owner's share in the commonhold property, meaning common areas such as the stairwell.

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