It can be a lonely, unrewarded and difficult journey for the president of a residential community.
Plenty of after-hours work, disgruntled property owners, loads of paperwork, and recurring trips to the bank.
It is remarkable that with so many different types of residential communities in different parts of the world, all arrangements seem to rely on one owner to handle the community’s affairs: the community association president.
In Spain, a community of owner or (Comunidad de Propietarios) is covered by law in article 396 of the Civil Act, where these type of properties are by character known as Horizontal Properties or (Propiedad Horizontal). Horizontal Property in particular is
Just received the book from Felix Jordan a Spanish lawyer has put together one of the best books from facts to court case ruling about communities and the horizontal property of law in Spain. It is a must read book for all presidents and community members.