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Article 80. Contracting Condominium Administration Services

(1) An association may contract condominium administration services from another individual or legal entity (hereinafter referred to as the manager).

(2) The list and scope of administration services, the rights and obligations of the manager and the association are established in the administration contract concluded between the manager and the representative of the association authorized by the general meeting’s resolution, taking into account the list and scope of the mandatory components of the administration service approved by the relevant ministry.

(3) Owners in the condominium are third-party beneficiaries of the administration contract and may directly submit claims to the manager in case of non-performance of its contractual obligations.

(4) The general meeting may resolve that one of the administration services provided by the manager is to fulfill the role of the association’s administrator, and Article 177 of Civil Code No. 1107/2002 applies. In this case, an employee of the manager as a legal entity may not be designated as the administrator of the association.

(5) A manager who is an individual is not an employee of the association unless the general meeting decides to hire them based on an individual employment contract. In this case, the provisions regarding the administration contract apply to the manager’s individual employment contract.

(6) Any term in the administration contract or another contract that deviates from the provisions of this law to the detriment of the association or the condominium owners is null and void if the condominium is intended for residential use.

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

Article 100. Making of Registrations and Notations