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Article 8. Amendment of the Condominium Establishment Act

(1) The act of establishment of the condominium may be amended only by an amendment act concluded by the owners who hold two-thirds of the shares in the condominium, provided that the planned amendments do not contravene the legislation regarding construction quality and do not significantly alter its architectural decor. Notwithstanding, when at the time of drafting the act of establishment of the condominium the construction has the status of a future property, the definitive shares are registered in the immovable property register based on the amendment act of the condominium establishment act concluded by the one ensuring the construction, drawn up on the basis of the building reception documents.

(2) The amendment act is legally binding on all owners from the registration of the changes in the immovable property register. The amendment act cannot diminish the rights of the owners who did not conclude it, except for the reduction of the share as a result of the creation of new units, the demolition, or modification of existing units.

LPA C civ, art. 29 [Statutory Building Right over Public Rent and Royalty]

Article 10. Components of a Condominium