My question involves a condominium located in the State of: CT
One section of the declarations for my condo clearly lists garages under the definition of Limited Common Areas.
However, another section of the same document that defines the Units seems to indicate that the garage is part of the Unit:
Boundaries. Boundaries of each Unit created by the Declaration are shown on the Survey and Plans as numbered Units with their Identifying Number and are described as follows:
(a) Upper Boundary: The horizontal plane or planes of the undecorated or unfinished lower surfaces of the ceiling bearing structure surfaces, beams and rafters on the garage, first and second levels, respectively, extended to an intersection with the vertical perimeter boundaries.
(b) Lower Boundary: The horizontal plane or planes of the undecorated or unfinished upper surfaces of the garage, first and second level floors, respectively, extended to an intersection with the vertical perimeter boundaries.
(c) Vertical Perimeter Boundaries: The planes defined by the inner surfaces of the studs and framing of the perimeter walls; the inner surfaces of the interior trim, and thresh holds along perimeter walls and floors; the exterior surfaces of closed windows and closed doors [Could this include a garage door?]; and the innermost unfinished planes of all interior bearing studs and framing of bearing walls, columns, bearing partitions, and partition walls between separate Units.
Is there a conflict here or am I misreading something?