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  'General common elements' consist of, inter alia, the land upon which the building stands, the 'foundations, bearing walls and columns, roofs, halls, lobbies, stairways, and entrances and exits or communication ways; . . . all other elements of the building desirable or rationally of common use or necessary to the existence, upkeep and safety of the condominium regime, and any other elements described in the declaration .  . . .' TEX. REV. CIV. STAT. ANN. art. 1301a, § 2 (l), subsections (1), (2) & (7). An individual apartment cannot be conveyed separately from the undivided interest in the common elements and vice versa. Id. § 9. A condominium regime must be established according to the Act. The declaration must be filed with the county clerk, who must record the instrument in the Condominium Records. Once the declarant has complied with the provisions of the Act, each apartment in the project is treated as an interest in real property. Id. §§ 3, 4, & 7. Administration of the regime is established by the Act. Id. §§ 13, 14 & 15. 

The condominium association or council is a legislatively created unincorporated association of co-owners having as ...

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