A common area is, in real estate or real property law, the "area which is available for use by more than one person..." The common areas are those "within a building that are available for common use by all tenants, (or) groups of tenants and their invitees." In Texas and other parts of the United States, it is "An area inside a housing development that is owned by all residents or by an overall management structure which charges each tenant for maintenance and upkeep."Common areas often exist in apartments, gated communities, condominiums, cooperatives and shopping malls.In any situation where there is a tenancy in common, all the tenants in common collectively own the common areas.This differs from a commons or common land, as used in English law, which is owned by one person, but which may be used by a group of persons.

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  • A common area is, in real estate or real property law, the "area which is available for use by more than one person..." The common areas are those "within a building that are available for common use by all tenants, (or) groups of tenants and their invitees." In Texas and other parts of the United States, it is "An area inside a housing development that is owned by all residents or by an overall management structure which charges each tenant for maintenance and upkeep."Common areas often exist in apartments, gated communities, condominiums, cooperatives and shopping malls.In any situation where there is a tenancy in common, all the tenants in common collectively own the common areas.This differs from a commons or common land, as used in English law, which is owned by one person, but which may be used by a group of persons.
  • 共用部分 (きょうようぶぶん)とは、一棟の建物に構造上区分された数個の部分で独立して住居、店舗、事務所又は倉庫その他建物としての用途に供することができるものがある場合(区分所有建物等)において、その各部分に属さないもので、付属施設を含むものをいう。英語には、common area と訳される。本項目では、権利の態様、使用の制約、管理・改修に関することを中心に扱う。ただし、躯体関係は、基本的に関係する用途の建物もしくは関係する構造(マンションの場合は鉄筋コンクリート等)等に関する項目を参照されたい。なお、日本では、オフィスビル、賃貸共同住宅等は、いわゆる賃貸ビルとして区分所有建物に該当しないことが多いが、賃貸に供される部分以外が共用部分と呼ばれることがある。以下、区分所有建物と賃貸建物と分けて記する。
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  • A common area is, in real estate or real property law, the "area which is available for use by more than one person..." The common areas are those "within a building that are available for common use by all tenants, (or) groups of tenants and their invitees." In Texas and other parts of the United States, it is "An area inside a housing development that is owned by all residents or by an overall management structure which charges each tenant for maintenance and upkeep."Common areas often exist in apartments, gated communities, condominiums, cooperatives and shopping malls.In any situation where there is a tenancy in common, all the tenants in common collectively own the common areas.This differs from a commons or common land, as used in English law, which is owned by one person, but which may be used by a group of persons.
  • 共用部分 (きょうようぶぶん)とは、一棟の建物に構造上区分された数個の部分で独立して住居、店舗、事務所又は倉庫その他建物としての用途に供することができるものがある場合(区分所有建物等)において、その各部分に属さないもので、付属施設を含むものをいう。英語には、common area と訳される。本項目では、権利の態様、使用の制約、管理・改修に関することを中心に扱う。ただし、躯体関係は、基本的に関係する用途の建物もしくは関係する構造(マンションの場合は鉄筋コンクリート等)等に関する項目を参照されたい。なお、日本では、オフィスビル、賃貸共同住宅等は、いわゆる賃貸ビルとして区分所有建物に該当しないことが多いが、賃貸に供される部分以外が共用部分と呼ばれることがある。以下、区分所有建物と賃貸建物と分けて記する。
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  • 共用部分
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