condominium

(redirected from condominiums)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.

condominium

a centrally owned, usually cooperative, facility of feed mill, feed trucks, feed purchasing and health services but separate individual ownership of livestock, and usually the feedlot yards.
References in periodicals archive ?
Whether your practice includes a significant amount of condominium issues or you are a condominium owner, this book can be your "go to" resource for accurate information.
The Louisiana Condominium Act was enacted in its present form in 1979, (17) and Louisiana condominiums are generally creatures of this statute; (18) however, the concept of condominium ownership has been present in Civilian jurisprudence for over 200 years.
Rules and policies approved by the condominium board or owners at an annual general meeting are not bylaws and cannot be enforced like bylaws.
The sales success of 45 Park Avenue further demonstrates the excellent appeal and value of this newly-constructed condominium, located in one of the City's most exclusive residential avenues," said Goldman.
A contactless palm vein authentication device is to be installed at the front entrance of the Condominium as part of the auto-lock system.
The median price of a condominium is $173,000 and the median price of a single family home is $365,000.
In 1986, SSP rented the Razavis' condominium to third parties for 149 days and received $29,559; SSP paid the Razavis $19,250 (11/12 of $21,000).
Perez, The Related Group has earned a reputation in the United States for its visionary design and development of luxury condominiums, mixed-use centers and multi-family properties.
Those of us in the real estate industry listened carefully as Andrew Cuomo, attorney general-elect and Spitzer's successor, indicated that he--and the office during his watch--will have a positive effect on the landscape of the condominium market in the city and the state.
There are approximately 6,000 condominium corporations in Ontario, with some 500,000 units.
The condominium price rose $1,000 to $116,000 in the last year but fell $4,000 from the September median.
403, effective October 1, 1984, provides the option of developing multi-sectional condominiums in phases, thereby affording developers the flexibility to modify a project in response to market demands.