California Civil Code Section 783




<Section operative until Jan. 1, 2014.  See, also, section operative Jan. 1, 2014.>

A condominium is an estate in real property described in subdivision (f) of Section 1351.  A condominium may, with respect to the duration of its enjoyment, be either (1) an estate of inheritance or perpetual estate, (2) an estate for life, (3) an estate for years, such as a leasehold or a subleasehold, or (4) any combination of the foregoing.


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