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Apartment Ownership Act

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Issuer:Riigikogu
Type:act
In force from:22.05.2014
In force until:31.12.2017
Translation published:21.05.2014

Apartment Ownership Act

Passed 15.11.2000
RT I 2000, 92, 601
Entry into force 01.07.2001, partially 1.01.2005

Amended by the following legal instruments (show)

PassedPublishedEntry into force
14.11.2001RT I 2001, 93, 56501.02.2002
15.05.2002RT I 2002, 47, 29701.01.2003
13.11.2002RT I 2002, 99, 57901.01.2003
15.06.2005RT I 2005, 39, 30801.01.2006
04.05.2006RT I 2006, 25, 18411.06.2006
27.09.2006RT I 2006, 43, 32622.10.2006, partially 1.01.2009
21.10.2009RT I 2009, 51, 34915.11.2009
02.05.2012RT I, 25.05.2012, 509.01.2013, partially on the tenth day after publication of the Act in the Riigi Teataja.
19.02.2014RT I, 13.03.2014, 301.01.2018, partially 23.03.2014 and 01.01.2016
07.05.2014RT I, 21.05.2014, 101.01.2015, partially 22.05.2014 and 31.05.2014

Chapter 1 APARTMENT OWNERSHIP  

§ 1.  Definition of apartment ownership

 (1) "Apartment ownership" means ownership of the physical share of a construction works together with a legal share of common ownership to which the physical share belongs. Provisions of the Law of Property Act concerning immovable property ownership apply to apartment ownership in issues not regulated by this Act.

 (2) For the purposes of this Act, the objects of common ownership are a plot of land and such parts and equipment of a construction works which pursuant to subsection 2 (2) of this Act are not part of the physical share of any apartment ownership and are not in the ownership of a third person.

 (3) The physical share of a construction works and the legal share of common ownership which are objects of apartment ownership cannot be separately transferred, encumbered or bequeathed.

 (4) An apartment ownership shall be restricted to one immovable.

§ 2.  Physical share of object of apartment ownership

 (1) The physical share of an object of apartment ownership is a delimited dwelling or non-residential premises and parts of the building belonging thereto, which enable separate use and which can be altered, removed or added without violating common ownership or the rights of other apartment owners and without altering the external form of the building. A part of a garage with a permanent marking may also be part of a physical share of an object of apartment ownership.

 (2) Construction works or parts thereof, or equipment necessary for the life of a construction works, for ensuring safety or for common use by the apartment owners are not physical shares of an object of apartment ownership even if they are situated within the boundaries of a physical share of the object of apartment ownership.

§ 3.  Division of immovable property ownership into apartment ownerships

 (1) Immovable property ownership the object of which is a plot of land together with a construction works or a construction works to be built thereon may be divided into apartment ownerships.

 (2) Immovable property ownership may be divided into apartment ownerships only in its entirety.

 (3) Upon division of immovable property ownership into apartment ownerships, some dwellings or non-residential premises may remain in common ownership.

 (4) Upon division of immovable property ownership into apartment ownerships, each legal share of common ownership shall have a physical share of an apartment ownership.

§ 4.  Creation of apartment ownership

 (1) The owner may divide immovable property ownership into apartment ownerships on the basis of a notarised unilateral registration application.

 (2) Immovable property ownership in common ownership may be divided into apartment ownerships on the basis of a joint notarised registration application by all the co-owners.

 (3) Apartment ownership is created by entry in the land register on a basis prescribed in subsection (1) or (2) of this section.

 (4) Apartment ownerships may be merged and divided on the basis of § 54 of the Law of Property Act. A plan or design in compliance with the requirements of clause 5 (3) 1) of this Act shall be annexed to a registration application.

§ 5.  Registration of apartment ownership

 (1) Upon registration of apartment ownerships, an independent land register part shall be opened concurrently for each apartment ownership and the current register part for the immovable shall be closed.

 (2) Data from the closed register part shall be entered in the corresponding divisions of the new register parts. The location and number of the apartment, the total area of the physical share of the apartment ownership, the size of the legal share of common ownership and the numbers of the other apartment ownership register parts are also entered in the first division of the register part. The name of the apartment owner shall be entered in the second division. If the apartment ownership is in shared ownership, the names of the joint owners and, in the case of common ownership, also the sizes of the shares shall be indicated.

 (3) A registration application for an apartment ownership register part to be opened shall set out the sizes of the physical shares of the apartment ownerships and the sizes of the legal shares of common ownership. The following shall be annexed to a registration application:
 1) a copy, issued by the registrar of the national building register or the administrative agency which issued the building permit or permit for use, of the plan of the building to be divided into apartment ownerships or of the design of the building to be built, setting out the delimited premises of the physical share of each apartment ownership, marked with an apartment number;
 2) other documents prescribed by law as prerequisites for registration.
[RT I 2002, 47, 297 - entry into force 01.01.2003]

§ 6.  Termination of apartment ownership

 (1) Apartment ownership terminates by deletion of the entry from the land register or by closure of the apartment ownership register parts. Upon closure of apartment ownership register parts, the real rights established in the apartment ownership terminate.

 (2) Apartment ownership register parts may be closed only concurrently. All register parts shall be closed in the following cases:
 1) on the basis of a notarised registration application submitted by all the apartment owners;
 2) on the basis of a notarised registration application submitted by a majority of the apartment owners if the building has become completely unusable; a relevant certificate from the local government shall be annexed to the application;
 3) on the basis of a notarised application submitted by the person who has acquired all the apartment ownerships.

 (3) Upon closure of apartment ownership register parts, a new register part shall be opened concerning the immovable pursuant to the procedure provided for in the Law of Property Act and the Land Register Act. On the bases provided for in clauses (2) 1) or 2) of this section, the immovable remains in the common ownership of the previous apartment owners. Unless otherwise specified by an agreement between the apartment owners, the size of the share of each apartment owner in the common ownership shall correspond to the size of the legal share of common ownership which belonged to the apartment owner.

 (4) If closure of apartment ownership register parts affects the rights of third persons, the register parts shall not be closed without the consent of such persons.

§ 7.  Restrictions on disposal of apartment ownership

 (1) Apartment ownership shall not be encumbered with a right of superficies.

 (2) An apartment owner has the right of pre-emption to an apartment ownership only if such right is established for the benefit of the apartment owner by a transaction or by law.

 (3) An apartment owner does not have the right to demand severance of a share of common ownership of the apartment owner as a physical share.

Chapter 2 ADMINISTRATION  

§ 8.  Community of apartment owners

 (1) On the basis of an agreement, apartment owners may organise legal relationships concerning the object of common ownership (community of apartment owners) differently than provided by this Act, unless this is directly precluded by law. If apartment owners decide to found an apartment association pursuant to the requirements of the Apartment Associations Act, the owners shall administer the object of common ownership pursuant to the Apartment Associations Act as of the creation of the legal capacity of the apartment association. In the case provided for in the previous sentence, this Act applies to administration of the object of common ownership in so far as this is not in conflict with the Apartment Associations Act.

 (11) Upon foundation of an apartment association the rights and obligations of the community of apartment owners transfer to the apartment association.
[RT I, 13.03.2014, 3 - entry into force 23.03.2014]

 (2) Agreements derogating from this Act apply to the legal successors of an apartment owner only if such agreements have been entered in the land register.

 (3) If a decision is made by a majority of the votes of apartment owners on the basis of this Act or an agreement between the apartment owners, the decision shall apply also to the apartment owners who voted against the decision or did not participate in the voting.

 (4) Decisions of the general meeting of apartment owners and court decisions apply to the successors of an apartment owner without entry in the land register.

§ 81.  Declarations of intent of apartment owners for severance of part of common ownership

 (1) An apartment owner may, in the case provided for in subsection (2) of this section, require another apartment owner to make necessary declarations of intent for a transfer contract and a real right contract necessary for severance of a part from the common ownership in the composition of the apartment ownership as well as to grant the consent of a person concerned which is a prerequisite for the making of a respective entry in the land register.

 (2) Upon failure to reach an agreement with an apartment owner on the making of the declaration of intent specified in subsection (1) of this section, another apartment owner may require the apartment owner to make a declaration of intent if all the following conditions are met:
 1) such transactions do not cause unfair harm to the interests of the apartment owner;
 2) at least 2/3 of apartment owners of the building have made such declarations of intent;
 3) the income received from transfer corresponds to the usual value of the transferred part as at the time of the transfer;
 4) the income received from the transfer is paid to the apartment owner or is used reasonably for maintenance or improvement of the part of common ownership of the apartment ownership.

 (3) If proceeds received from the transfer are not paid to the apartment owner in cash in accordance with clause (2) 4) of this section, but are used reasonably for maintenance or improvement of the part of common ownership of the apartment ownership, this can be done only if the apartment owner has the obligation to bear such expenses.

 (4) If the making of an entry in the land register specified in subsection (1) of this section presumes the existence of a building permit, the apartment owner may make the grant of the consent of the person concerned which is a prerequisite for making an entry in the land register dependable on the existence of the building permit.
[RT I 2006, 25, 184 - entry into force 11.06.2006]

§ 9.  Specifications concerning termination of community of apartment owners

  Termination of a community of apartment owners cannot be demanded by an apartment owner or a third person. A community may be terminated only upon termination of the apartment ownerships.

§ 10.  Restrictions on disposal of object of apartment ownership

 (1) An apartment owner may use a physical share of the apartment ownership at his or her own discretion, unless such use is in conflict with law or with the legitimate interests of a third person.

 (2) An apartment owner has the right to use objects of common ownership according to their intended purpose.

§ 11.  Obligations of apartment owners

 (1) An apartment owner is required to:
 1) maintain the physical share of the apartment ownership and upon use of the physical share and the object of common ownership refrain from any activities which effect on other apartment owners exceeds the effects caused by normal use of the property;
 2) endure effects which remain within the limits specified in clause 1) of this subsection;
 3) enable other persons to use the physical share of apartment ownership if this is necessary for the maintenance of the object of common ownership. The owner shall be compensated for damage caused by such use.

 (2) An apartment owner is required to ensure compliance with the provisions of clauses (1) 1) and 2) of this section by his or her family members, temporary residents and persons who use the apartment ownership.

 (3) An apartment owner shall not be liable for violating his or her obligations if the apartment owner can prove that he or she violated the obligations due to circumstances beyond his or her control and the apartment owner could not be expected to take into account or prevent such circumstances or to overcome the impediment or the consequences thereof under the principle of reasonableness. If an impediment is temporary, violation of obligations is justifiable only for the period during which the impediment hindered performance of the obligations.

§ 12.  Use of apartment ownership

 (1) Apartment owners may regulate the use of a physical share of apartment ownership and the object of common ownership by an agreement.

 (2) Within the limits of normal use as referred to in clause 11 (1) 1) of this Act, apartment owners may decide issues by majority vote.

 (3) An apartment owner may demand that a physical share of apartment ownership and the object of common ownership be used pursuant to law and the agreements and decisions of the apartment owners. If the use of a physical share of apartment ownership or an object of common ownership is not regulated, they shall be used pursuant to the interests of the apartment owners.

§ 13.  Taxation, encumbrances, expenses and fruits

 (1) Apartment owners shall pay taxes incumbent on common ownership, bear real encumbrances in public law and the expenses arising from the management of the common ownership and receive the fruit arising from the management of the common ownership in proportion to the size of the share of common ownership belonging to them. Apartment owners may derogate from such proportions on the basis of an agreement.

 (2) An apartment owner is required to compensate other apartment owners for expenses relating to the maintenance and administration of the object of common ownership to the extent specified in subsection (1) of this section.

 (3) An apartment owner is not required to compensate for expenses exceeding the amount necessary for the regular maintenance of the object of common ownership if he or she did not consent to such expenses.

 (4) Upon transfer of an apartment ownership the transferee shall be liable as a surety for the transferor's expenses relating to the maintenance and administration of the object of common ownership which have fallen due. The liability of the transferee is limited to the value of the apartment ownership.
[RT I, 13.03.2014, 3 - entry into force 23.03.2014]

 (5) If an apartment ownership is sold in enforcement proceedings and the buyer has been notified of the claim specified in subsection (4) of this section, the transferee of the apartment ownership has no right of recourse against the previous owner.
[RT I, 13.03.2014, 3 - entry into force 23.03.2014]

§ 14.  Obligation to transfer apartment ownership

 (1) If an apartment owner has repeatedly violated his or her obligations with regard to another apartment owner and other apartment owners consider his or her continuing membership in the community impossible, they may require the apartment owner to transfer his or her apartment ownership.

 (2) In particular, transfer of apartment ownership may be demanded if:
 1) an apartment owner has repeatedly failed to perform the obligations listed in § 11 of this Act;
 2) an apartment owner has delayed payment of at least six months' management expenses for more than three months;
 3) the activities of an apartment owner severely interfere with the use of other apartment ownerships.

 (3) Submission of the demand specified in subsection (1) of this section shall be decided by a majority of the votes of the apartment owners.

 (4) Submission of the demand provided for in subsection (1) of this section shall not be precluded or restricted by an agreement between the apartment owners.

 (5) If an apartment owner who has violated his or her obligations fails to transfer the ownership, the transfer shall be adjudicated by a court on the basis of an action submitted by at least one apartment owner or an action submitted by the administrator of the object of common ownership (hereinafter administrator). The court shall make a judgment on the basis of the facts on which the demand for transfer is based.

 (6) An apartment owner or administrator may demand enforcement of a court judgment on the basis of the Code of Enforcement Procedure.
[RT I 2005, 39, 308 - entry into force 01.01.2006]

§ 15.  Administration of apartment ownership

 (1) An object of common ownership shall be jointly administered by the apartment owners unless otherwise prescribed by law or an agreement between the apartment owners.

 (2) An apartment owner has the right to perform acts necessary for the preservation of the object of common ownership without the consent of the other apartment owners, and may demand reimbursement of necessary expenses from the other apartment owners in proportion to the extent they bear the expenses relating to the common ownership.

 (3) Without derogation from the agreements, apartment owners may decide matters within the limits of regular administration by majority vote.

 (4) Annulment of a decision may be demanded within one month after the adoption of the decision, except if the decision is in conflict with a rule of law which cannot be derogated from by an agreement or decision of apartment owners.

 (5) An apartment owner may demand administration of the object of apartment ownership pursuant to the agreements and decisions of the apartment owners or, in the absence thereof, pursuant to the interests of the apartment owners.

 (6) In particular, the following is deemed to be administration pursuant to the interests of apartment owners:
 1) establishment of the internal rules regulating the use of the object of common ownership (hereinafter internal rules);
 2) regular maintenance of the object of common ownership;
 3) entry into a non-life insurance contract by the apartment owners on the basis of the reinstatement value of the object of common ownership, and insurance of the liability of the apartment owners;
 4) establishment of a sufficient repair fund;
 5) preparation of a management plan;
 6) enduring measures necessary for building and maintenance of reasonable communications for an apartment owner;
 7) ordering of energy audit and energy performance certificate.

 (7) An apartment owner who requests enduring of measures specified in clause (6) 6) of this Act is required to compensate for the damage arising from such measures.

 (8) The energy performance certificate shall be ordered for a building by the administrator on its own initiative or at the request of at least one apartment owner within one month as of the submission of the request.
[RT I, 25.05.2012, 5 - entry into force 09.01.2013]

§ 16.  Special expenses and restoration of building

  An agreement of apartment owners is necessary for carrying out structural rearrangements or other rearrangements exceeding the alterations necessary for maintenance of the object of common ownership; such rearrangements shall not be decided pursuant to subsection 15 (3) of this Act nor demanded pursuant to subsection 15 (5) of this Act. Such rearrangements may be carried out without the consent of the other apartment owners if the relevant acts do not violate the rights of the other apartment owners more than specified in clause 11 (1) 1) of this Act.
[RT I 2009, 51, 349 - entry into force 15.11.2009]

 (2) If more than one-half of a building is destroyed and the damage is not covered by an insurance contract or in any other manner, restoration of the construction works shall not be decided pursuant to subsection 15 (3) of this Act nor demanded pursuant to subsection 15 (5) of this Act.

§ 161.  Modernisation of object of common ownership

 (1) The following issues may be decided by a decision of the general meeting of the apartment owners which receives more than one-half of all the votes by the apartment owners who own more than one-half of the shares in the common ownership:
 1) the making of such necessary changes for modernisation of the object of common ownership, including for improvement of energy efficiency, which do not change the purpose of use of any physical share of the apartment ownership and which do not otherwise excessively harm the legitimate interests of any apartment owner;
[RT I, 21.05.2014, 1 - entry into force 22.05.2014]
 2) the taking of such loan, which amount exceeds the amount of the management costs for the previous financial year.

 (2) Upon making a decision provided in subsection (1) of this section the distribution of expenses among all apartment owners may also be decided under the same conditions subject to the conditions provided in subsection 13 (1) of this Act. In such case, the provisions of subsection 13 (3) of this Act do not apply.
[RT I, 13.03.2014, 3 - entry into force 23.03.2014]

§ 17.  General meeting of apartment owners

 (1) Decisions made by majority vote pursuant to this Act or an agreement of the apartment owners shall be adopted by the general meeting of the apartment owners.

 (2) In order to adopt a decision, the content of the draft decision shall be described in the agenda which is specified in invitations to the general meeting.

 (3) A decision may be made also without calling the general meeting if all apartment owners have submitted their written opinions concerning the decision.

§ 18.  Calling, chairing and minutes of general meetings

 (1) An administrator shall call a general meeting of apartment owners at least once a year.

 (2) An administrator shall call a general meeting of apartment owners in the cases prescribed in an agreement between the apartment owners or on the basis of a written request of the house council or at least one-quarter of the apartment owners. The request shall set out the reason for the calling of a general meeting.

 (3) In the absence of an administrator or upon his or her unlawful refusal to call a general meeting, a general meeting may be called at the initiative of at least one-quarter of the apartment owners or by the chairman or a member of the house council if a house council has been formed.

 (4) Apartment owners shall be notified of a general meeting in writing. The notice shall set out the time and place of the general meeting, the reason for calling the general meeting, the agenda of the meeting and other circumstances relevant to the general meeting. Notice shall be given of a general meeting at least one week in advance. Adherence to this term is not necessary in the case of urgent matters.

 (5) A general meeting shall be chaired by the administrator unless otherwise decided by the meeting.

 (6) Minutes shall be taken of decisions adopted at a general meeting. The minutes shall be signed by the administrator and one apartment owner. If a house council has been formed, the minutes shall be signed also be the chairman or a member of the house council. Apartment owners have the right to examine the minutes.

§ 19.  Decisions of general meeting

 (1) Each apartment owner has one vote regardless of the number of apartment ownerships belonging to him or her. If an apartment ownership belongs to several persons, they shall exercise the voting right jointly and one vote represents all such persons.

 (2) A general meeting has a quorum if the apartment owners participating in the meeting hold more than one-half of the shares of common ownership entered in the land register.

 (3) If a general meeting lacks quorum pursuant to subsection (2) of this section, the administrator shall call a new general meeting which shall have a quorum regardless of the number of participants. Such fact shall be referred to in the invitations to the general meeting. A new general meeting shall be called within three weeks but not earlier than one week after the general meeting which lacked quorum.

 (4) An apartment owner does not have the right to vote if the general meeting decides a transaction to be concluded with him or her, or resolves a legal dispute between the apartment owner and other apartment owners or if a decision made pursuant to § 14 of this Act applies with regard to the apartment owner.

§ 20.  Appointment and removal of administrator

 (1) Appointment and removal of an administrator shall be decided by a majority of the votes of the apartment owners. An administrator may be appointed to office for a term of up to five years. The consent of a candidate for the office of administrator is required for his or her appointment. Restrictions on removal of an administrator may be applied according to which he or she may be removed only with good reason. No other restrictions shall be applied to appointment or removal of an administrator. Appointment or removal of an administrator shall not be precluded by an agreement of the apartment owners.

 (2) An administrator may be reappointed to office not earlier than one year before the expiry of his or her authority.

 (3) If an administrator has not been appointed or in cases of urgency, a court shall appoint an administrator for a period until elimination of such urgent circumstances, on the basis of a petition by an apartment owner or a third person with a legitimate interest if there is good reason to do so, at the same time determining the circumstances relevant to the legal relationship between the apartment owners and the administrator.

 (4) If necessary, an administrator shall prove his or her authority by the notarised minutes of a decision of the general meeting of apartment owners referred to in subsection 18 (6) of this Act.

§ 21.  Rights and obligations of administrator

 (1) An administrator is entitled and required to:
 1) implement the decisions of the apartment owners and monitor compliance with the internal rules;
 2) apply measures necessary for the regular administration and maintenance, including repair, of the object of common ownership;
 3) apply, with good reason, other measures necessary for preservation of the object of common ownership;
 4) administer the shared financial resources of the apartment owners;
 5) enable the house council to monitor the activities of the administrator and submit necessary information and documents to the house council for inspection.

 (2) In the name of all the apartment owners, an administrator has the right to:
 1) collect and satisfy claims and perform transactions concerning the common interests arising from shared ownership of the apartment owners within the limits of his or her authority;
 2) organise and accept legal acts relating to the regular administration of the object of common ownership;
 3) receive applications and notices submitted to the apartment owners with regard to the object of common ownership;
 4) apply measures necessary for adherence to time limits or other prevention of material damage;
 5) submit claims in court and extra-judicially within the limits of the authority granted by a decision of the apartment owners.

 (3) The rights and obligations listed in subsections (1) and (2) of this section shall not be restricted by an agreement of the apartment owners.

 (4) An administrator shall keep the assets of the apartment owners separately from other assets. By a decision of the general meeting, disposal of funds may be made contingent on an apartment owner or a third person.

 (5) An administrator may demand issue of an authorisation document from the apartment owners. An authorisation document shall be signed by the persons provided for in subsection 18 (6) of this Act or by a person authorised by the general meeting.

§ 22.  Management plan and reporting

 (1) An administrator shall prepare a management plan for one calendar year, setting out the following information:
 1) an overview of the situation of the object of common ownership and of the planned activities;
 2) intended income and expenditure necessary for the administration of the object of common ownership;
 3) obligations of the apartment owners in bearing the administration costs of the object of common ownership, according to the proportion of bearing the administration costs of the object of common ownership;
 4) the amount of payments to be made to the repair fund for the maintenance of the object of common ownership;
 5) the volume and cost of fuel, heating, water and electricity consumed in the entire building.

 (2) Apartment owners shall make periodic advance payments on the basis of the management plan.

 (3) Following the end of each calendar year, an administrator shall submit a report to the apartment owners indicating, inter alia, adherence to the management plan and proprietary rights and obligations relating to common ownership.

 (4) Apartment owners may, by a decision, demand submission of a report from the administrator at any time.

 (5) Management plans and reports shall be approved by a majority of the votes of the apartment owners.
[RT I 2006, 43, 326 - entry into force 22.10.2006]

§ 23.  House council

 (1) Apartment owners may, by a decision, appoint a house council consisting of apartment owners. A house council shall consist of the chairman and two members. A house council may appoint a new chairman from among the members thereof by majority vote.

 (2) A house council shall assist the administrator in the performance of his or her duties and monitor the activities of the administrator.

 (3) A house council shall verify management plans and reports. Management plans and reports shall be submitted to the apartment owners for approval together with the opinion of the house council.

 (4) A house council shall be convened by the chairman of the house council when necessary.

Chapter 3 RIGHT OF SUPERFICIES IN APARTMENTS  

§ 24.  Right of superficies in apartments

 (1) A superficiary may divide a right of superficies belonging to the superficiary into the rights of superficies in apartments with the consent of the owner of the plot of land.

 (2) A plot of land shall not concurrently be an object of apartment ownerships and be encumbered with a right of superficies in apartments.

 (3) The object of a right of superficies is a delimited dwelling or non-residential premises of a construction works and the parts of the building belonging thereto which enable separate use, together with a legal share in the right of superficies to which the apartment belongs.

 (4) An independent land register part shall be opened concurrently for each right of superficies in apartments and the current register part concerning the right of superficies shall be closed. An entry concerning division of a right of superficies into rights of superficies in apartments shall be made in the register part for the encumbered immovable.

 (5) The provisions regulating apartment ownership and right of superficies apply to other aspects of a right of superficies in apartments unless otherwise provided by law. The provisions concerning the legal share in a plot of land which is an object of apartment ownership apply with respect to a legal share in a right of superficies which is the object of a right of superficies in apartments.

Chapter 4 [Repealed – RT I 2005, 39, 308 - entry into force 01.01.2006] 

§ 25. – § 26. [Repealed - RT I 2005, 39, 308 - entry into force 01.01.2006]

Chapter 5 IMPLEMENTING PROVISIONS  

§ 27.  Amendment of Privatisation of Dwellings Act

  [Omitted from this text]

§ 28.  Application of Apartment Ownership Act to movables

  The provisions of Chapters 2 and 4 of this Act apply also to dwellings and non-residential premises which are in commerce as movables.

§ 281.  Separated space

  Upon establishment of apartment ownership of privatised dwellings or privatised non-residential premises, separate space, meaning space separate from the dwelling, located in the same building and necessary for servicing the dwelling, or space separate from the non-residential premises, located in the same building and necessary for servicing the non-residential premises within the meaning of the Non-Residential Premises Privatisation Act, or part of a construction works which is separate from the delimited part of the construction works and necessary for servicing part of the construction works, is also included in the physical share of the apartment ownership.
[RT I 2002, 99, 579 - entry into force 01.01.2003]

§ 29.  Creation of new physical share to construction works which is divided into physical shares and is in commerce as movable
[Repealed – RT I 2006, 25, 184 - entry into force 11.06.2006]

§ 30.  Repeal of Apartment Ownership Act

  [Omitted from this text]

§ 31.  Entry into force of Act

 (1) This Act enters into force on 1 July 2001.

 (2) Clause 15 (6) 3) of this Act enters into force on 1 January 2005.

 (3) [Repealed - RT I, 25.05.2012, 5 - entry into force 09.01.2013]

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