Research on Condominium Ownership Based on Information Asymmetry - A Case Study of American Law

Neng Wang, Yongxin Zhou, Feng Ji

Abstract


Condominium ownership is an important content of real property right. Based on the theory of information asymmetry, the author discussed the information asymmetry of exclusive parts and common parts in the process of transaction of real property right, and then took Uniform Condominium Act of America as a reference in order to provide solution ways for eliminating the information asymmetry of exclusive parts and common parts under the current transaction situation in China.


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