Condominiums: Master Deed
1170 Beacon Street Brookline MA 02446
Affordable Housing Units are often Units in a Condominium. Condominium ownership The Master Deed is, perhaps, the most important of the Condominium Documents. It may be viewed as the overall governing document of the real estate rights and duties of the entire Condominium Development. According to Massachusetts law, the Master Deed must include many provisions in order to make it legally-compliant. Some of the required provisions are:
(1) A statement to the effect that the owner is creating a Condominium to be governed by the provisions of Mass. General Laws Chapter 183A;
(2) A description of the land on which the building or buildings and improvements are located;
(3) A description of each building stating the number of stories, the number of Units and the principal materials of which it is constructed;
(4) The Unit designation of each Unit, and a statement of its location, approximate area, number of rooms, and immediate common area to which it has access, and any other data necessary for its proper identification;
(5) A description of the Common Areas and facilities and the proportionate interest of each Unit therein;
(6) A statement of the purposes for which the building and each of the Units are intended and the restrictions, if any, as to their use; and
(7) The method by which the Master Deed may be amended.
With the Master Deed, the creator of the Condominium must also record a set of floor plans of the building, showing the layout, location, Unit numbers and dimensions of the Units, stating the name of the building or that it has not a name, and bearing the verified statement of a registered architect, registered professional engineer, or registered land surveyor, certifying that the plans fully and accurately depict the layout, location, Unit number and dimensions of the Units as built.
Massachusetts Affordable Housing Attorney
Steven S. Bloom, Esq.
The Rhode Island Supreme Court licenses all attorneys in the general practice of law. The court does not license or certify any lawyer as an expert or specialist in any field of practice.
Steven Bloom, Esq., is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Steven Bloom, Esq. is also licensed to practice in the State of Rhode Island.
Our Office is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. The information provided in this Web Page Set is offered for informational purposes only; it is not offered and does not constitute legal advice.
Cushner & Bloom, P.C. does not seek to represent you based upon your visit or review of this Web Page Set.
The information provided in this Web Page Set is offered for informational purposes only; it is not offered and does not constitute legal advice. Although we intend to keep this information current, we do not promise or guarantee that the information is correct, complete or up-to-date. You should not act or rely upon the information in this Web Page Set without seeking the advice of an attorney.
Cushner & Bloom, P.C. does not seek to represent you based upon your visit or review of this Web Page Set. The attorney-client relationship does not begin until Cushner & Bloom has evaluated the potential client's case and a contract between Cushner & Bloom, P.C. has been agreed upon.
Please feel free to send us e-mail with your thoughts about our Web Page Set or to request more information about us. The transmission of an e-mail request does not create an attorney-client relationship and you should not send us via e-mail any information or facts relating to your legal problem or question. If you are a client of Cushner&Bloom,P.C., your e-mail may not be privileged or confidential. If you are a client, remember that e-mail may NOT be secure. There is a risk that your communication may be intercepted illegally. There may also be a risk of waiver of attorney-client and/or work-product privileges that may attach to your communication.
Phone: (617) 608-0019
Fax: (617) 608-0022