The term condominium refers to a type of group ownership of multiunit property in which each member of the group has title to a specific part of the improvements to the real property, and an undivided interest with the whole group in the common areas and facilities. Each condominium owner in a multiunit structure has title to the "family unit" in fee simple, while holding an undivided interest in stairways, halls, lobbies, doorways, and other common areas and facilities. The primary characteristics of condominium ownership are:
1. Individual ownership of a unit or apartment;
2. An ownership interest in certain designated common areas or facilities that serve all units in the condominium; and
3. An agreement among the unit owners regulating the administration and maintenance of the property.
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