The Kentucky Condominium Act

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Article | 99 KY. L. J. ONLINE 1 | Oct. 11, 2011

Scott W. Brinkman

This two-part article summarizes the Kentucky Condominium Act and highlights important aspects of the Act. The Kentucky Condominium Act, which was signed into law by Governor Beshear on April 8, 2010 and has an effective date of January 1, 2011, broadly re-writes Kentucky law governing the condominium form of ownership to create more certainty and clarity with respect to the rights, duties, and obligations of developers of condominiums, unit owners within condominiums, associations that own the common elements of a condominium, and the members and officers of the executive board of the association charged with the responsibility to enforce the rights and discharge the duties of the association. The Act strikes a balance between creating more clarity, transparency, and accountability among the various stakeholders in a condominium project without creating an overly burdensome legislative structure that results in the discouragement of this type of real property ownership.

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The Kentucky Condominium Act, Pt. 1


Scott W. Brinkman, The Kentucky Condominum Act (Pt. 1), 99 Ky.L.J. Online 1 (2011),