Scroll Top

Condominium law

Condominium law

The law for condominium owners’ associations is regulated in the Condominium Ownership Act (Wohnungseigentumsgesetz, WEG or COA ), which was comprehensively amended in 2020. The law regulates, in particular, the arrangement of individual property and common property, the internal relationship of the condominium owners among each other, the procedures for decision-making within the community and legal protection between condominium owners, individual owners and the community and between the community and third parties.

We support, advise and represent condominium owners, communities and administrators of condominium owners in all matters of condominium law.

IN Condominium law

In the area of residential property law, we advise you in particular on the following matters:

  • Residential property, part ownership and common property
  • Housing charges and ancillary costs: enforcement of housing charge claims
  • Structural changes
  • Defects in and repair of special or common property
  • Renovation and modernisation
  • Owners meeting
  • Challenging and replacing resolutions
  1. Examination: Is the resolution formally or materially invalid or even void?
  2. Contestation: Resolutions may be contested within one month by filing a complaint with the locally competent district court.
  3. Reasons: the action must be substantiated within a further month.
  1. Examination: Was the resolution to be passed because it was in accordance with proper administration?
  2. Action for the replacement of a resolution: If the resolution was to be passed, the court can pass the resolution for the COA.


1 Step 1
Fields of Lawpick one!
FormCraft - WordPress form builder