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(A)(1) Except as otherwise provided in the declaration, all or any portion of a convertible unit may be converted into one or more units or common elements, including limited common elements.
(2)(a) To cause the conversion, the owner shall prepare and execute an amendment to the declaration that describes the conversion and record the amendment together with the drawings described in division (E) of section 5311.07 of the Revised Code.
(b) The amendment shall specify the undivided interests in the common elements, proportionate shares of common surplus and common expenses, and the voting powers of each unit resulting from the conversion, the total of which shall equal the interest, share, and power of the unit that was converted. The amendment to the declaration shall assign an identifying number to each unit formed, allocate to each unit a portion of the undivided interest in the common elements appurtenant to the convertible unit, describe or delineate the limited common elements formed out of the convertible unit, and show or designate each unit to which those limited common elements are reserved.
(3) The conversion of a convertible unit pursuant to this section is deemed to occur at the time that all appropriate instruments are recorded in accordance with division (A)(2) of this section and division (E) of section 5311.07 of the Revised Code.
(B) A convertible unit that, in whole or in part, is not converted in accordance with this section shall be treated as a single unit until it is so converted.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LIII. Real Property § 5311.033 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-liii-real-property/oh-rev-code-sect-5311-033.html
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