Condominiums: Unit Deed
1170 Beacon Street Brookline MA 02446
Ownership of the individual Units in a Condominium are transferred by Unit Deeds. A Condominium Unit Deed must contain, amongst other items, the following provisions:
(1) An indication that the deed relates to a condominium and is subject to the provisions of Mass. General Laws Chapter 183A;
(2) A description of the land or the post office address of the property;
(3) The Book, Page and Date of recording of the Master Deed;
(4) The Unit designation of the Unit in the Master Deed and any other data necessary for its proper identification;
(5) A statement of the use for which the Unit is intended and the restrictions, if any, on its use; and
(6) The undivided interest appertaining to the Unit in the common areas and facilities.
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