Leases under joint agreements can be established at any time. An individual can therefore develop an interest in a property for years after the conclusion of a rental agreement. To illustrate the example above, we could say that Sarah and Leticia originally owned 50% of the property. At one point, Sarah decided to split her share by 50% when Debbie left the band with a 25/25/50. While ICT owners are generally concerned with turning their property into condos once they are qualified, there are more and more incidents where an owner tries to delay the conversion for financial reasons. While this type of delay is contrary to the provisions of most ICT agreements, owners trying to move the transformation process forward have complained about the difficulty of implementing these provisions. Our next-generation ICT agreements allow any homeowner to pass on the process, even if another owner or owner tries to delay it, and to provide the tools to a single owner to take all necessary steps without hiring a lawyer or resorting to mediation or arbitration. Recognizing that a standard/forced sale procedure can have a negative effect on the building`s adaptation to processing, these instruments provide for the possibility of levying burdens on processing costs and borrowing money securely for these costs, and then launching a forced sale immediately after the conversion. In a condominium or other formal subdivision, the property has been split into physical parts that can be owned separately. Each condominium or any owner has a certain area of the property that is delineated on a map in the public registers and has an act identifying the area that is the individual property.
On the other hand, ICT owners own percentages in an undivided property, not in the entire unit or dwelling, and their actions only indicate their ownership shares. The right of a specific owner of SACO ICT to use a particular dwelling stems from a written contract signed by all co-owners (often called the ICT agreement) and not from an act, map or other document in the county archives. The difference between the physical distribution of ownership in district datasets (in condo) and a non-registered contract for the allocation of user rights (in an ICT) is significant, both from a regulatory and practical point of view, as explained below. People opt for ICT conversion over condominium conversion, since, under California law, local restrictions on condominium conversion do not apply to ICT conversions. Since a lease agreement did not legally split land or real estate into the agreement agreement, most tax jurisdictions do not assign each owner a proportional calculation of property tax separately based on their percentage of ownership. Most of the time, tenants collectively receive a single property tax bill. Therefore, the starting point for creating a group of functional ICT owners is to distinguish between actions under the ICT agreement and those left to the owner`s decision.