7-13-2290. Protest procedures for property created as condominium -- assessment of condominium property. (1) Whenever property created as a condominium is proposed to be assessed for costs of an improvement pursuant to 7-13-2280 and the property is not solely a certain unit in the condominium, then the owner of the property created as a condominium that is entitled to protest under 7-13-2282 is considered to be the collective owners of all units having an undivided ownership interest in the common elements of the condominium.
(2) An owner of property created as a condominium may protest against the method of assessment or vote at an election of the district only through a president, vice president, secretary, or treasurer of the condominium owners' association who timely presents to the secretary of the district in accordance with 7-13-2282 the following:
(a) a writing identifying the condominium property;
(b) the condominium declaration or other condominium document that shows how votes of unit owners in the condominium are calculated;
(c) original signatures of owners of units in the condominium having an undivided ownership interest in the common elements of the condominium sufficient to constitute an affirmative vote for an undertaking relating to the common elements under the condominium declaration; and
(d) a certificate signed by the president, vice president, secretary, or treasurer of the condominium owners' association certifying that the votes of the unit owners, as evidenced by the signatures of the owners, are sufficient to constitute an affirmative vote of the condominium owners' association to protest against the method of assessment.
(3) Each holder of title to a unit of a condominium that is proposed to be assessed for costs of a capital project is entitled to the passage of the resolution as provided in 7-13-2281, and if the assessments are levied, assessments must be levied against the units in the condominium as provided in subsection (4).
(4) Whenever property created as a condominium is to be subject to special assessments, each unit within the condominium is considered a separate parcel of real property subject to separate assessment and the lien of the assessment. Each unit must be assessed for the unit's percentage of undivided interest in the common elements of the condominium. The percentage of the undivided ownership interest must be as set forth in the condominium declaration.
History: En. Sec. 11, Ch. 341, L. 2005.