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Common interest ownership communities

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    • CICs (Common interest ownership communities)
    • Common interest communities (Property ownership)
    • Common ownership developments
    • Residential common interest communities
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Common interest communities : private governments and the public interest (Book review). Berkeley planning journal 10 (1995):p. 126 (common interest communities include condominiums, planned unit developments (PUD's), and housing cooperatives. Common interest developments all have common ownership of residential property, mandatory membership in owners' association that governs use of common property. Common interest developments take the form of single family houses, townhouses, and apartments")
    • found: LC database, May 30, 2006(titles: common interest ownership)
    • found: Duke University Law School curriculum list via WWW, April 27, 2006:714.01--Common interest communities and the community ("A substantial part of the American population has moved into condominiums, gated communities, and subdivisions that require membership in a homeowner association ... common interest communities ... member-run communities")
    • found: "The boundaries of private property" Yale Law Journal, April 1999:v. 108 i6, p. 1163(1) ("Common-interest communities (CICs), including residential subdivisions, condominiums, and cooperatives are perhaps the most significant form of social reorganization of late twentieth-century America")
    • found: "Housing's 800 pound gorilla: homeowners associations are growing in numbers and power." Planning, April 2005:v. 71 i4, p. 26(6) (common-interest communities or developments--the condominiums, cooperatives, town houses, and planned communities governed by homeowners associations and their covenants, codes, and restrictions; in 1998, there were 16.4 million units in common-interest developments: 748,840 were cooperative units, 5.1 million were condominium units, and 10.5 million were in planned communities; planned communities ... include standard subdivisions, townhouse developments, gated communities, and larger master planned communities")
    • found: California. Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on Common Interest Subdivisions. Interim hearing on common interest developments--the quiet revolution in housing and neighborhood governance, 1990.
    • found: Google search, May 31, 2006(common interest ownership communities; common interest ownership developments)
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    • 2006-04-27: new
    • 2006-09-18: revised
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