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appurtenance

1. Any built-in, nonstructural portion of a building, such as doors, windows, ventilators, electrical equipment, partitions, etc.
2. An incidental property right, as a right-of-way.
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3 862 square metres of commercial and residential premises, pedestrian accessway, rear yard and outbuildings and all land appurtenant thereto known as 1302, 1304, 1306, 1308 and 1310 (also known as 1308) Pershore Road Stirchley Birmingham B30 2XU and half width of the highways known as Pershore Road and Hazellwell Lane.
It further noted that '...where the common areas in a condominium project are held by a corporation, no transfer or conveyance of a unit shall be valid if the concomitant transfer of the appurtenant membership or stockholding in the corporation will cause the alien interest in such corporation to exceed the limits imposed by existing laws.'
The coach house building contains two rental units and is appurtenant to the main building where the landlord Gee Toy resides and shares the same address.
The Condominium Act defines the condominium, thus: 'A condominium is an interest in real property consisting of separate interest in a unit in a residential, industrial or commercial building and an undivided interest in common, directly or indirectly, in the land on which it is located and in other common areas of the building.' It is a condominium corporation that shall be the entity created holding 'title to the common areas, including the land, or the appurtenant interests in such areas in which the holders of separate interest shall automatically be members or shareholders, to the exclusion of others, in proportion to the appurtenant interest of their respective units in the common areas.'
'The PPSB shall cause the expeditious transfer of all assets, liabilities, records, systems and other appurtenant items to LBP,' the EO read.