Article 92. Assignment to the Public Domain of Common Use Spaces Related to Condominiums
(1) If, after the transfer of ownership over the land under Article 88 paragraph (2) or Article 89 paragraph (2), the state or, as appropriate, the administrative-territorial unit retains ownership of lands intended for the common use of the owners of one or more adjacent condominiums (rest areas, squares, parks, playgrounds, sports fields, etc.), these lands are deemed public domain properties of the state or, as appropriate, of the administrative-territorial unit.
(2) The owner of the land designated for common use by the owners of one or more adjacent condominiums is obligated to allow each adjacent condominium’s association to develop the land according to its intended purpose.
(3) The owner of the land referred to in paragraph (1) may, under the law, assign the land to the private domain and/or change its intended use only with the approval of the general meeting of the owners of the adjacent condominiums.